Herzlich Willkommen zum Live Talk der Atlanta Falcons Germany - Folge 98 49ers!Week 6 und wir haben wieder einen Sieg. Die Buchmacher und all die Experten da draussen haben gegen uns gewettet, doch letztlich war es ein souveräner Sieg.Wird es Zeit, dass man die Atlanta Falcons wieder ernst nimmt oder ist das noch verfrüht?Diesen und anderen Fragen, auch von euch, werden wir auf den Grund gehen.Schaltet also unbedingt ein! Diskutiert mit uns im Chat!Hinterlasst auch gerne ein Like, ein Abo und einen Kommentar unter dem Video. Das ist komplett for free und hilft unserem Kanal sehr!Wir wünschen euch viel Spaß beim Live Talk.
Herzlich Willkommen zum Live Talk der Atlanta Falcons Germany - Folge 97 Roughing the passer - Bucs!Week 5 und wir trauen unseren Augen nicht. Oh. das hatten wir doch letzte Woche schon. Ja. aber dieses Mal geht es leider nicht um einen Sieg der Falcons. Vielmehr erregt die Gemüter ein sehr sehr fraglicher Call der Referrees. Und NEIN. Die Falcons Community ist kein schlechter Verlierer. Natürlich besprechen wir auch das ganze Spiel und geben euch eine fast objektive Einschätzung zum Spiel und all den anderen Dingen, die uns zum Spiel beschäftigt haben. Weiter ist einiges im Falcons Haus passiert über das wir reden werden.In unserer kurzen Preview schauen wir auf die 49ers, die in Woche 6 anreisen, beantworten wie gewohnt eure AUA-Fragen und freuen uns auf eure Kommentare im Chat!Schaltet also unbedingt ein! Diskutiert mit uns im Chat!Hinterlasst auch gerne ein Like, ein Abo und einen Kommentar unter dem Video. Das ist komplett for free und hilft unserem Kanal sehr!Wir wünschen euch viel Spaß beim Live Talk.
Corporate sponsors like Tim Hortons, Telus and Canadian Tire are parting ways with Hockey Canada. We'll talk with safe sport advocate Allison Forsyth about what it will take for changes to be made at the organization. And in our second half, Bonnie Stern joins us to talk about her new cookbook, Don't Worry, Just Cook.
Sheppard Mullin's Restructure THIS! podcast explores the latest trends and controversies in chapter 11 bankruptcy, commercial insolvency and distressed investing. This week, Susan E. Lester, Global ESG Senior Counsel on the Marketing/IP legal team at McDonald's Corporation, joins us to discuss ESG – environmental, social and governance – in the post-pandemic economy, including the factors driving companies to embrace ESG and sustainability and the legal risk associated with ESG messaging. Susan is also a mother of two and, as such, became a vocal advocate for working parents, particularly mothers, whose struggles came into clear focus during the pandemic. She graciously agreed to share her experience on this critical topic as well. What We Discussed in This Episode: As McDonald's' Global ESG Senior Counsel, what is your role? Why do you think ESG topics have gained such immense traction in the past two years? What are the legal risks that companies face in ESG messaging? DEI, or diversity, equity and inclusion, is a part of the “S” in ESG. How has the pandemic impacted the inclusion of women in the workforce? What can corporations do to support working parents, specifically working moms? About Susan E. Lester Susan E. Lester graduated magna cum laude of the University of Illinois College of Law in 2012. Prior to joining McDonald's' Corporation, Susan worked at Kirkland & Ellis LLP in the IP Litigation group. She was with McDonald's Corporation for nearly seven years when she transitioned to her current role as Global ESG Counsel with their Marketing/IP team. Susan coordinates legal support for business teams carrying out or reporting McDonald's' various ESG initiatives. Thank you for listening! Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to the show to receive every new episode delivered straight to your podcast player every week. If you enjoyed this episode, please help us get the word out about this podcast. Rate and Review this show in Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or Spotify. It helps other listeners find this show. This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not to be construed as legal advice specific to your circumstances. If you need help with any legal matter, be sure to consult with an attorney regarding your specific needs.
In this episode, I interview Patrick Noel Daly the Founder and CEO of Icon Global Innovations based in Newfoundland, Canada. Patrick has set up his own business to help entrepreneurs, companies, and businesses to fund, structure, fund, scale, restructure and succeed. With over 20 years of experience in constructing a startup, Patrick has decided to invent products that are solutions for all the markets right across and share his knowledge through his book entitled “Just Startup.” Patrick has said that growing a small business requires having a personality. So he says, “You can't sell anything unless people believe in you and trust you and are willing to give you their time, attention, and money.” This Cast Covers: Invent products that are solutions for all the markets right across. Been around medical healthcare and aerospace IT for quite a while. Developed a search engine around 97. Learning the importance of creating a product that has a major contribution to society. Helps entrepreneurs avoid pitfalls through his book “Just Startup.” Develop the right products at the right time. Learning how to build ideas, bring products to fruition, and launch them. With over 20 years of experience in building a startup. Went into medical and healthcare and medical support surfaces. Providing effective marketing techniques. Links: Patrick's LinkedIn Patrick's Facebook Patrick's Instagram Additional Resources: Icon Global Innovations Just Start Up Building Startups by Patrick Noel Daly Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson Quotes: “Create a strong demand for the product.” —Patrick Noel Daly “Success is an acquisition of what you create.” —Patrick Noel Daly “Life is a series of crossroads.” —Patrick Noel Daly “Ear to the ground, keep your finger on the pulse.” —Patrick Noel Daly “Business is business, but your personality is crucially important.” —Patrick Noel Daly Music from https://filmmusic.io “Cold Funk” by Kevin MacLeod https://incompetech.com. License: CC by http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0
Sheppard Mullin's Restructure THIS! podcast explores the latest trends and controversies in chapter 11 bankruptcy, commercial insolvency and distressed investing. In this week's episode, Professor Robert Lawless of the University of Illinois College of Law joins us to discuss the intersection of bankruptcy and arbitration, including the enforceability of arbitration agreements in bankruptcy and the frameworks bankruptcy courts should use to determine when such an agreement is enforceable. What We Discussed in This Episode What is the tension between the Federal Arbitration Act and the Bankruptcy Code? What framework should the courts use to determine when an arbitration agreement is enforceable in bankruptcy? Are there any actions that frequently arise in the bankruptcy context that should or should not be subject to arbitration? Is there value in arbitration in bankruptcy where there is no pre-dispute agreement in place? When should courts take that approach? About Professor Robert M. Lawless Professor Lawless is the Max L. Rowe Professor of Law and co-director of the Program on Law, Behavior and Social Science at the University of Illinois College of Law. He specializes in bankruptcy, consumer finance and business law. Professor Lawless also co-authored the ninth edition of Secured Transactions: A Systems Approach, a leading textbook on secured transactions, as well as Empirical Methods in Law, a textbook on empirical methodologies. He administers and contributes to the blog Credit Slips, participates in the Consumer Bankruptcy Project, and serves as an associate editor for the Law & Society Review. Professor Lawless has testified before Congress, and his work has been featured in major media outlets such as C-SPAN, CNN, CNBC, NPR, The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, ABC News and the Financial Times. Contact Information Professor Robert M. Lawless Thank you for listening! Don't forget to SUBSCRIBE to the show to receive every new episode delivered straight to your podcast player every week. If you enjoyed this episode, please help us get the word out about this podcast. Rate and Review this show in Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or Spotify. It helps other listeners find this show. This podcast is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not to be construed as legal advice specific to your circumstances. If you need help with any legal matter, be sure to consult with an attorney regarding your specific needs.
Grace to you and peace from God our parent, Jesus our Savior, and the Holy Spirit. Amen. Greetings to you from myself, from the North/West Lower Michigan Synod, and from the thousands of congregations and millions of Lutherans across the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the ELCA. This past August, from August 8 - 12, I served as a voting member to the churchwide assembly of the ELCA. During the sermon, we'll be sharing pictures from the churchwide assembly on our monitors in the sanctuary and on the live stream. These are just a brief snapshot of the events that took place. Most of these photos come from the ELCA's Facebook page, with some from the Synod's community Facebook group. The primary focus of today's message is a recap of my experiences at the churchwide assembly, but first, let's take a look at today's readings. In the new testament reading from 1 Timothy today, we have a quick reminder of who the Gospel, the good news, of Jesus, of God is for - quite simply - everyone, all humankind, all. No exclusions, no exceptions, the good news is for all and to be shared and proclaimed to all. This passage also touches on the subject of church and government, or as we often refer to it as “church and state.” We are often under the impression that these two should be completely separate - the church not controlling the government and the government not controlling the church. There are certainly some aspects of that which we need to respect, so we can have freedom of religion, to worship as we please, but it doesn't mean that church is completely disconnected from the government. It says in the reading that we should pray for our rulers and leaders, and not just prayers for guidance, but prayers of thanks. Luther has good thoughts on this, and the ELCA is working on a social statement on Government and Civic Engagement. Moving to today's Gospel from Luke - and let's face it - we have another parable from Jesus, and this one is very confusing. In order that I have time to do a recap of churchwide assembly, I won't be able to get into much detail here about this parable, but we can glean some keep points from it without having to fully understand what Jesus was getting at. And as with most of the parables, there are many ways to read them and to interpret them. And that can be the beauty of them - so much meaning in one simple story, so that it can speak to many different people across generations and provide guidance for life. The first part focuses a lot on dealings with wealth and most of them appear to be dishonest, but at the end in verse 9, it says, “make friends for yourselves by means of dishonest wealth so that when it is gone, they may welcome you into the eternal homes.” To me, this is saying that even if we make friends using dishonest means, we are still making friends, forming connections, and creating community. Community is important, because that will continue on, even when wealth is gone. The last part then talks about being faithful, whether it is with honest or dishonest wealth, since actions and community are what remain when compared to the actual wealth. Our community and actions will lead us to the “true riches”, which are not money or Earthly possessions. True riches are God's eternal glory and eternal life. This isn't saying that we earn God's favor by doing certain things, or acting in certain ways, since the glory of God is gift to us. It is saying, that to fully be aware of this glorious gift of freedom and love, we need to share it with others, form community, and ensure that the poor and needy have what they need. And this brings us to the Churchwide assembly recap, since we as a church, both locally and nationally, are all about sharing the gospel and doing God's work for those in need. First, for those who aren't familiar with the structure of the ELCA or need a reminder, a quick look at how the ELCA is structured. I like to compare it to the Holy Trinity. The ELCA is composed of 3 expressions of the church. While all 3 are separate from each other, all 3 cannot exist without the others and all are the church together. The 3 expressions are the local congregations, like we here at Faith; the synod level, which are mostly geographical regions across the country, our synod is the North/West Lower Michigan Synod, which is most of the lower peninsula, except the counties around the Detroit area; and the 3rd expression is the churchwide body, the ELCA, which works across the country and reaches out to the world. All three have governing constitutions and bylaws, they are all separate legal entities, they all have assemblies of voting members - congregations call this their annual meeting; synods have Synod Assemblies, typically yearly; and the churchwide has the churchwide assembly every 3 years. These assemblies are the highest governing body for each organization, they make the decisions on how these groups are run. Between the assemblies or annual meetings, all three expressions have councils that govern the organizations. Our local church council, a synod council for each synod (I am on the North/West Lower Michigan synod council), and a churchwide church council. Another important note is that each of the 3 bodies cannot directly control the other. Each has ways to encourage the other bodies to do something, but only their governing bodies can take direct action. The way congregations and synods encourage churchwide to do something is to pass memorials at synod assemblies that get forwarded as messages to the churchwide assembly for action. Many of these memorials want synods and congregations to take action, but churchwide will only recommend or encourage action, they can never require it of synods, congregations, or members. That being said, the churchwide assembly took actions that encouraged congregations to take certain actions, so as I go through various recaps - look for times when we, as a congregation at Faith, are called to take action. Consider these, are they something you are interested in, is this something you could help lead here at Faith? If so, reach out to me, pastor, the church council, and see how we can get involved and take action. One of the themes of this assembly was repentance and confession. The ELCA is the whitest denomination in the US, and we often have sinned, knowingly or unknowingly, against many minority groups. The assembly included a special session for an Apology to Iglesia Luterana Santa Maria Peregrina. This is a big issue going on in the Sierra Pacific Synod (in California) that revolves around racism and harm that was done. As we often confess in our service “If we say we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. But if we confess our sins, God who is faithful and just will forgive our sins.” This is true not just at an individual level, but at an organization, and systemic level. Many of the worship services also focused on confession, forgiveness, and healing for the sins against many groups including women, Native Americans, BIPOC, Asians, and LGBTQIA+ individuals. A total of 78 memorials were received by the churchwide assembly from synods. Most of these were dealt with en bloc or all at once without discussion, while others were considered one by one. I cannot cover all of them here, but all are available to read online. Some of the high level topics covered were Diversity; Nuclear Weapons; Salary Equity for women, BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, and other minorities; LGBTQIA+ Welcome; Substance Abuse; Roe v. Wade; Parental and Family Medical Leave; Holy Communion Practices; and Child Abuse and Protection. Now a slightly closer look at a few other memorials, one being on Greenhouse Gas Reduction - this one I bring up because one of several similar memorials on this topic came from our Synod, and not only our synod, but many people here at Faith signed onto the memorial so it could be brought up at our synod assembly. Several of the approved actions are around churchwide working to reduce greenhouse gas usage and to advocate for it, it also calls on congregants, rostered ministers, and bishops to commit themselves to education about the urgency of the climate emergency. I'm proud of our congregation for taking action on this and living into this message, especially shown by our recent approval for our solar project. The next memorial is called “Landback” which deals with recognizing that we all live on land that was originally Native American and was taken from them. This memorial had many actions that I feel our congregation could look into and take action on. With the rich Native American history in Okemos, I think it would be great if we could connect with that history, possibly working through the Nokomis Learning Center. Some of the actions that congregations are encouraged to take, are: to include land acknowledgements which center Native voices as part of their public gatherings; become educated about the Indigenous peoples who thrived, prior to European contact, on the land they currently inhabit; and support creative programs of restorative justice in partnership with Indigenous people, which includes returning land, when no longer in use, to the native people, or if direct return of the the land isn't feasible or wanted, to return proceeds to Indigenous led ministries or organizations. Another major memorial was about the Restructure of the Governance of the ELCA. The ELCA was created 35 years ago, with the constituting convention held in the room where we held worship at this churchwide assembly. 35 years ago the ELCA was a lot larger and had plans for growth. This has not happened, we have shrunk in size. One thing that has remained the same is that we are still very white. We have tried changing our governing documents here and there, we have made commitment after commitment to change and become more diverse, and yet it hasn't happened. While people at the churchwide assembly and beyond may disagree about the exact reasons we need to look at the structure of the ELCA (you know, the “Holy Trinity” of 3 expressions that I talked about) to determine if this is the best structure for the church we have today, the vast majority of voting members agreed it needs to be done. A Commission for a Renewed Lutheran Church will be formed to look at our structure over the next 3 years to bring recommendations to the next churchwide assembly as to the best structure for the church, so we can be sure the Gospel, the Good News, the work of God is best accomplished. The last memorial talked about revising the social statement, passed in 2009 - the center of the “2009 decision”, called Human Sexuality: Gift and Trust. This is the social statement that allowed LGBTQIA+ individuals to be ordained, married, and welcomed in the ELCA and congregations. This memorial focused on revising some outdated language and to update parts of it to reflect that same sex marriage is now legal across the states (at least for now, and hopefully continuing). However, during a pre-assembly hearing on memorials, and what I read into this memorial and others; there are people, including myself, that want to see the “4 bound conscience” positions revisited and revised as well. Since this memorial wasn't “written correctly,” this memorial couldn't be used for that, but a resolution was submitted to talk about revising this social statement to look at the 4 bound conscience positions. Time for a quick lesson for those not familiar with the ELCA's social statement on Human Sexuality. This was approved in 2009 by the churchwide assembly in response to how would our church handle LGBTQIA+ people and same sex relationships and marriage. In short, we couldn't agree, so we agreed to disagree. One of the big issues some more progressive and inclusive people have with this document are what we call the 4 bound conscience positions. For those not familiar with them, here they are, this is what the ELCA officially states as to what we as a church believe. As a trigger warning for people, some language here is quite harsh to members of the LGBTQIA+ community. Taken in reverse order of how they are included in the social statement, here is a summary of the 4 positions that are all “On the basis of conscience-bound belief” Some are convinced that the scriptural witness does not address the context of sexual orientation and committed relationships that we experience today. They believe that the neighbor and community are best served when same-gender relationships are lived out with lifelong and monogamous commitments that are held to the same rigorous standards, sexual ethics, and status as heterosexual marriage. some are convinced that the scriptural witness does not address the context of sexual orientation and lifelong loving and committed relationships that we experience today. They believe that the neighbor and community are best served when same-gender relationships are honored and held to high standards and public accountability, but they do not equate these relationships with marriage some are convinced that homosexuality and even lifelong, monogamous, homosexual relationships reflect a broken world in which some relationships do not pattern themselves after the creation God intended. While they acknowledge that such relationships may be lived out with mutuality and care, they do not believe that the neighbor or community are best served by publicly recognizing such relationships as traditional marriage some are convinced that same-gender sexual behavior is sinful, contrary to biblical teaching and their understanding of natural law. They believe same-gender sexual behavior carries the grave danger of unrepentant sin. They therefore conclude that the neighbor and the community are best served by calling people in same-gender sexual relationships to repentance for that behavior and to a celibate lifestyle. Over the years, this has led to people, individually and through systemic and organizational ways, being allowed to discriminate against LGBTQIA+ people and allow harm to be done. During discussion on the resolution, the Bishop of the Southeastern synod, who is gay, shared that sometimes when he shares communion and says “The body of Christ broken for you,” the response he gets is “not from you Bishop”. I spoke in favor of this resolution as this has become a passion of mine to guide our church as a whole to be more inclusive, since not all parts of the ELCA are like our congregation, and it means people like me have to be careful where we go to church, since just because it is an ELCA congregation, doesn't mean I'll be fully welcomed there as I am. This resolution passed by a large majority and will be looked at, following the revision process for social statements, over the next 3 years. During this process, there will be time for study, reflection, and input from individuals, so that is something our congregation should follow and look toward leading studies and conversations on. This is the same for the Government and Civic Engagement social statement that is being prepared. For more information about the social teachings and documents of the ELCA, please talk to me for more details, otherwise we'll be here all day if I get into it now. Other items that passed were budgets and income projections for the next 3 years, constitution and bylaws changes, and various other resolutions thanking people for their service in the ELCA. The changes to the constitution and bylaws include changes to the models for congregations, so once the updated models are released, we will work here at Faith to ensure our constitution and bylaws are up to date with the needed changes. In addition to electing people to the churchwide church council and various other committees, we elected a new Vice President of the ELCA. The Vice President is the highest lay leader of the ELCA. They are elected every 6 years by an eccliastical ballot, a process that allows room for discernment and the Holy Spirit to guide us. After 5 ballots, Imran Siddiqui was elected as the new Vice President. Just as “last words” are often important, I think first words are important too, so thus I share with you the first words of Imran Siddiqui after he was elected as the next Vice President of the ELCA - and I quote; “Holy Crap, Ya'll”. Throughout the assembly we also had various reports from different parts of the ELCA and their ministries, various guests, including various interreligious guests from various faith backgrounds. Several fun items from the assembly include having someone with a melodica playing random church songs while we waited in line for the elevator at our hotel; me learning what “Um, Ya, Ya” is all about (if you want to know - ask Deb); and having the last day of assembly coincide with Matsuricon, an Anime and Video Gaming Convention, where we had a nice wide diverse group of people all walking and mingling together. One thing I noticed at this chruchwide assembly, compared to what I remember at past ones, is that more younger people are getting involved and speaking out, there is passion there to ensure the church continues, in whatever form. I'm not sure if more young people are getting involved, or I'm just getting older and I consider a wider range of people “young”, but it was good. While at other assemblies we've talked about the change we need to make to solve the issues of racism, our severe lack of diversity, etc., this time I left with a better feeling of “we are actually going to do it this time” which I certainly hope is true. However, if we are truly going to do it, minorities need their allies to speak up and help lead the change. So often when we were talking about issues impacting women, it was primarily women who spoke up; when it came to racial minorities, it was typically BIPOC people who spoke up; for the LGBQTIA+ issues, it was members of that community. We need the allies to speak up for us as well and work to take the action, don't leave it to the minorities to do all the work to reform the church. One other thing that I noted, is that while we did a lot of confessing and working toward greater diversity, we still excluded talking about people with disabilities and ensuring activities, including the churchwide assembly, were accessible for them. We need to do better. This is a good time to remind you about our Synod's Disability Learning Day on October 22. Information about this learning day is available on a table in the narthex after the service, where I'll be as well with other materials from assembly, including a copy of All Creation Sings, the newest hymnal supplement, which we've been using songs from here at Faith. Some of these items are for you to review, others are available for you to take as we had extras. I invite you to stop by after the service to pick up some items or ask questions for more details or to be directed where you can get more info. All this work we do in the name of Jesus, our guide as to how to live life and to share the good news of God's love for all God's creation. Amen.
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In this episode we discuss the restructure of LB Deion Jones contract and what it means for the Falcons. Its almost a win-win for both sides. Also we talk about Coach Clay Helton and the media attention that he's getting. It's definitely needed for a program that has a rich history. Coach now has a chance to make a legacy with this Program. Link: https://www.thefalcoholic.com/2022/9/13/23351059/falcons-re-structure-deion-jones-contract-free-up-nearly-7-million-in-cap-space Main Links: https://allmylinks.com/vfballer Twitter: @VFBaller Rumble Link: https://rumble.com/c/c-1395352 Discord: https://discord.gg/nY4aVn2Res Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/virtualfootballer Anchor: https://anchor.fm/firstandframerates Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6u9mcoMwrukvGtU9b5D1GZ?si=sqeN_6flTWqN-X9vZjJ0gA&utm_source=copy-link Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/first-and-framerates-show/id1438776797 Google: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy81OWQ4M2VlNC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw?ep=14 Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/first-and-framerates-show --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/firstandframerates/support
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Taking control of our thoughts and actions is a monumental endeavor, learning to break the cycles of behavior which might have been built up over years, or even decades, and see the world anew, as it truly is. So many of us spend our lives lost in our minds, obsessed with our thoughts and addicted to our flawed understanding of the world, so that when we begin to understand just how much work there is to be done it can suddenly be very scary. That's why throughout human history there have been guides, teachers and those who live to impart wisdom. We are lucky today that we can learn from so many great thinkers from across the centuries, and from all over the world, as we move together towards a better collective experience of life. Rodolfo Escalante or Rodo, is one such individual, who has developed a powerful methodology to reconnect people with their true authentic selves. Working with the body, the mind, the breath and all our subtle energy states, Rodo wants us to move beyond our thoughts and into our feelings, delve into the depths of who we truly are, and emerge reborn. In an age where altered consciousness, pop psychology and experimentation are more popular then ever, his wisdom is invaluable for navigating the labyrinth of self. Rodo is the guide of the breath, the one who introduces us to the world of our consciousness by supporting us with tools that dwell within us and sometimes go unnoticed: attention and breath. Rodo's journey began when at a very young age he was diagnosed with ADD, dyslexia, depression, and anxiety. After going down the conventional path of Western medicine, with little progress, he delved into the teachings of Dr. Levry. Entering into meditative practices with Gurumuki, Mala and Pranayama techniques for over 13 years, allowed him to confront and overcome all of his mental diagnosis. Today, his experience as a professional freediver, and his exploration for deep conciousness motivate him to share this knowledge to serve those who seek to go into themselves to heal. “I'm here to teach awareness .” - Rodolfo Escalante -- Connect with Rodolfo Escalante: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rodotulum/ Website: https://www.alchemyartofrewire.com/ -- Hit me up on social media and say hi! Youtube: https://bit.ly/35nJ0uV Podcast: http://new.ericbalance.com/podcast/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ericbalance/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ericbalancecoaching Website: https://www.ericbalance.com/
IN THIS EPISODE... Mark W, Keke and Rich bring you a selection of recent news from the world of Finnish football including a proposed restructuring of the Finnish league in 2024, the Womens World Cup qualifying campaign and the Suomen Cup semi-finals played this week. We also talk in more detail about the current state of play in the Veikkausliiga, with 20 games played and 'the split' (into the Champions Series and the Challenger Series) about to take place. We look back at the Europa Conference campaigns of SJK, Inter and KuPS, as well as HJK's progression (Backward progressions? Downwards qualification?) from Champions League qualifiers into the Europa League group stage. Blog: show notes and links https://finnishfootballshow.com/2022/09/03/finnish-teams-in-europe-veikkausliiga-update-helmarit-wc-qualifiers-suomen-cup-semis-league-restructure/ ------------------------------------------------------------------ FFS MERCH
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Mike Ginnitti discusses Jimmy Garoppolo's restructured contract and what it might mean for the 2022 season. Plus, the Raiders punt on another first rounder, the Saints stay one step ahead, and the Eagles can't sit still. And, Scott Allen joins for NFL Player Prop bets this season.
Caleb (@kdiggs74) and Derek (@derekrusinek) and go through the world of sports as they go back to the this day in sports history in 1997 as Eddie George had a big game for the Tennessee Oilers. Then we talk about some of the potential college football realignment that could happen over the next few years as the NCAA and Conferences are quickly adapting. Then it's time for our SEC Team Draft for all of our conference team drafts over the past few weeks. Derek gets his initial Brodie Bet out of the way on the Central Michigan v Oklahoma State contest. Then it's time for our reactions and overreactions to the NFL Top 10. Last but not least, they get into Jimmy Garoppolo restructuring his contract to be the backup QB of the San Francisco 49ers. Theme music by The Riley Brothers Band. Find them at therileybrothersband.bandcamp.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/brodie-sports/message
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The COVID-19 pandemic continues to bring 100,000 new cases each week in the U.S. and the disease has taken the lives of more than one million Americans. Earlier this month, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said that her agency must pivot much of its pandemic strategy and learn from the many mistakes it has made in the past few years. Dr. Julie Swann is the department head and A. Doug Allison Distinguished Professor of the Fitts Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at NC State. She joined the podcast to discuss the potential CDC restructuring and how the agency can go forward. *** Follow GovExec on Twitter! https://twitter.com/govexec
One of the most interesting NFL storylines in recent months takes an interesting turn in San Francisco. Producer Tyler Milner has a bone to pick with Ron 'The Show' Hughley. The concern level for injuries sustained by Astros' Verlander & Yordan.
Change may not always be comfortable but often circumstances demand it, as the last few years have demonstrated. James Smith, CEO at digital agency Smith Brothers Media says there's often key moments or tipping points, when restructuring your business becomes inevitable. So what should business owners look for and when is a good time to change? Business Essentials Daily is produced by: SoundCartelsoundcartel.com.au+61 3 9882 8333See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode, Natalia pulls back the curtain on her business and powerful brand restructure! Listen in on NB's reflection of growth, breakthroughs, and the evolution of her business and self.WE EXPLORE:• Reflecting on the direction of the business• Staying in alignment• Forward momentum in finances and business• The astrology of breakthroughs• How Human Design provides insight into our unique nature• Simplifying her offerings and creating a solid business structure• Natalia's astrology, money, and business systems for client successHow to Trust the Business Season You're in (The 4 for Success): https://apple.co/3QSpn4DWays to work with Natalia:How to Structure Your Spiritual Biz Masterclass FRIDAY, AUGUST 26TH @ 5:30pm PST / 7:30pm CT / 8:30pm EST. Sign up below to join this Live Masterclass Experience with NB!https://view.flodesk.com/pages/62dfba1b87802ab6bcaf62d1Conscious CEO Mastermind If you've been looking for personalized business guidance in an empowering, accountable & soulful group setting, then CCM is for you.https://www.nataliabenson.com/ccmJoin the Conscious Babe Business School waitlist: https://www.nataliabenson.com/cbbsWork with me 1:1: https://www.nataliabenson.com/11-offeringExplore the Money Membership: https://magicalwomenandmoney.com/Grab your Free 5 Day Money Training for Spiritual Solopreneurs:https://bit.ly/moneymastery4bizownersMoney, Business & Astrology Courses: https://www.nataliabenson.com/shopConnect on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/natalia_benson/Support the showSupport the show
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Since the pandemic, the workforce has seen some highs and lows. The Great Resignation, The Great Reshuffle, The Great Restructure, and The Great Regret are all terms used to describe the workplace's three-year roller coaster ride. The last few years have been a whirlwind of emotions for employees and businesses, and we are seeing a large number of people emerge from the pandemic even more confused about the state of the economy. Episode 30, host Jessica Fiesta George discusses each of the stages of these pandemic-led phenomenons. The "Great Resignation" was the unusually large number of employees who voluntarily left their jobs to pursue other opportunities. People were leaving jobs in search of better working conditions and remote work opportunities. The "Great Reshuffle" took place when employees decided to move from job to job in search of the best combination of opportunity and pay. Companies were transferring employees from one job to another in the hopes of retaining them, and they were offering higher wages and better benefits in exchange. The "Great Restructure" went hand in hand with the "Great Reshuffle" because organizations were forced to find ways to retain and attract employees. Employers were doing everything they could to stay ahead of their competition, throwing resources and money to ensure they were top of mind for many jobseekers, including increasing base pay, offering sign-on bonuses, accommodating hybrid work options, 4-day work weeks, and more. The "Great Regret" both employees and businesses are discovering that the grass isn't always greener on the other side. Employees were drawn to all of the perks only to discover that it wasn't all that it seemed, and they are desperate to return to their previous jobs. Employers spent a lot of money on things they thought would help them attract talent, but they didn't consider the financial impact of increasing pay/benefits, and they're now regretting it. As a result, many businesses are facing financial difficulties and are laying off employees or slowing hiring. Learn more about Jess Get Hired: https://linktr.ee/jessgethired This episode is sponsored by Newsly: The all-in one audio super app for iOS and Android. Download and use Newsly for free at www.newsly.me promo code: JESS for a 1-month free premium subscription. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jessgethired/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jessgethired/support
Multiple factors come into play when you're building your business to success. One of these is how you promote and offer your products and services. That can be the key to converting potential clients into your buyers. There's a plethora of advice you can see online — where do you even begin to make your marketing more effective? Jack Born joins us on the Best Business Coach Podcast to help entrepreneurs worldwide learn how to promote their businesses. We discuss the psychology behind marketing and how the use of deadlines can lead to sales. Jack also talks about his journey as an entrepreneur, from taking odd jobs to becoming a successful business owner. Join us to learn how to restructure your promotions and use deadlines.Here are three reasons why you should listen to this episode:Determine the best time to launch your product with the Goldilocks principle.Restructure your promotion strategies to become more effective.Discover how using deadlines can encourage your clients to take your offer.For more, visit: www.bestbusinesscoach.caSupport the show
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Welcome back to Chakras & Cusswords today's guest is GiGi Diaz is a Mindset & Social Media Branding Coach, media personality, executive producer and host of the Chats with GiGi podcast, and multi-passionate entrepreneur. We are diving deep into the hustle and bustle of chasing success. However, we have to address how to reduce burnout while we are on the grind. So let's get into it. Guest Bio & Links: GiGi Diaz the founder of Seizing Happy®; a coaching organization dedicated to nurturing the business and the woman behind the business equally. While growing her first business, GiGi's Academy back in 2003, GiGi earned her Bachelor's degree in Sociology and Anthropology at Florida International University. It was during the pursuit for her Masters Degree in Communications that her life shifted entirely. She was working mornings as a radio host, evenings as a sports reporter, all while excelling in grad school, until the stress and exhaustion led her to an ER after losing her sight while driving. It was then that GiGi realized that the HUSTLE was not the way to the top and that success doesn't come from “doing all the things.” She learned how to create a customized blueprint with the type of action steps that get you farther, faster, with less burnout. After a lot of inner work and learning, GiGi became a Certified Life Coach, specializing in Mindset and Happiness Studies. She founded her coaching business, Seizing Happy and created her signature program the 3Rs System: Reevaluate, Restructure, Reset your Life for Success with Less Stress. GiGi's coaching has helped women heal their relationship with money, create more abundance and joy, boost their confidence and switch their mindset from HUSTLER to CEO so they can finally scale in life and business. In addition to her coaching and entrepreneurial experience GiGi comes has a media and journalism background of 20 years starting as a writer for print publications at the age of sixteen, working with and being featured on networks like Univision, Telemundo, NBC, iHeartRadio and others. As an influencer she has worked with brands such as Mazda, Truist Bank, Xfinity, Pandora, Topo Chico, and many more. She's a leader, a motivator, and an inspiration. Life Coach for Women | Media Personality Founder Seizing Happy Founder of GiGi's Academy www.GiGiDiaz.com www.SeizingHappy.com www.GiGisAcademy.com "La felicidad es una decision!" - G.D. Thank you for listening to Chakras & Cusswords Please comment, like, and Subscribe Links: Website:https://www.chakrascusswords.com https://www.instagram.com/chakras_cusswords/ Blog: https://www.chakrascusswords.com/blog Shop:https://www.chakrascusswords.com/shop?page=4 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chakrascusswords/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chakrascusswords/support
A.M. Edition for Aug. 5. China and other government creditors recently agreed to negotiate debt relief for the southern African nation of Zambia. WSJ deputy bureau chief for Africa Gabriele Steinhause says the move marks a milestone in an international effort to avoid a wave of chaotic defaults among developing countries as interest rates rise worldwide. Plus, as China flags, luxury brands set their sights on Middle America. Luke Vargas hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: The Operations team at CEA transforms, published by Josh Axford on August 2, 2022 on The Effective Altruism Forum. The Operations team at CEA — or “Ops” — provides the financial, legal, administrative, grantmaking, logistical, and fundraising support that enables many high-impact organisations to grow. These organisations include CEA, 80,000 Hours, the Forethought Foundation, EA Funds, Giving What We Can, the Centre for the Governance of AI, Longview Philanthropy, Asterisk, Wytham Abbey, and Non-trivial. Summary The last six months has been the most transformational period for Ops so far. We've nearly tripled our capacity, from 7 to 20 FTEs. Increasing capacity was our primary focus over this period, because it lets us sustain high quality operational support while meeting the rising demands on our systems. We've been thrilled with the results of our recent hiring rounds, including the team's approach to onboarding new members. And the quality of the new hires is a strong indication for the sustainability of future growth. Our increased capacity has also allowed us to support more organisations. So far this year we've fiscally sponsored four additional organisations, including Longview Philanthropy, Asterisk, and Non-trivial. We've added a Property team within Ops. This team creates and manages offices and accommodation spaces that are optimised for productivity, creativity, and wellbeing. The team has been evaluating the impact of the Oxford office while exploring creating more office spaces on the US East Coast. Looking ahead, we've been working on a rebrand for Ops to minimise brand entanglement with CEA. This change reflects the fact that Ops now supports an increasing number of organisations beyond CEA, and we expect to announce an update in Q3. We've also decided to appoint a Head of Fiscal Sponsorship in the second half of the year to manage the rising demand for the fiscal sponsorship service. What does Ops look like? Here's the current structure of Ops: Highlights of the year so far Executive Summer internship: We trialled a three-month summer internship programme. We received 135 applicants and hired 5 interns. The strength of the pool was very high, and we were able to recommend candidates to partner organisations. In September, we'll evaluate the programme and share a write up on the Forum. So far the results look positive. Restructure and rebrand: We've been exploring legal structure options which will give us the greatest amount of flexibility going forward. We've also appointed a team to work on a new website and selected a name for the legal entity. Fiscal Sponsorship: We began fiscally sponsoring Longview Philanthropy, Asterisk and Non-trivial. Sara Elsholz (Executive Assistant) and Susan Shi (General Counsel) joined the team. Property Trajan office survey: A survey of users at Trajan House (the EA hub workspace in Oxford) suggests that the workspace produces a ~12% counterfactual increase in productivity for users. We're exploring opening further office spaces in Oxford. Offices in the US: Buoyed by the Trajan House data, we're also exploring the possibility of opening office spaces in Boston and New York. Work on the Boston offices has begun, while a New York office is still being evaluated. Visitor accommodation in Oxford: We've acquired some property in Oxford to let visitors stay the night while avoiding high hotel costs. The property is called Lakeside and rooms will be available for booking soon. Jonathan Michel was promoted to Head of Property. Bethany Lacey-Page and Tom Hempstock (Office Assistants for the Trajan Office), and Kaleem Ahmid (Project Manager) joined the team. Staff Support Automated onboarding: We optimised the onboarding process by automating common tasks — like sending contracts, writing welcome emails, and requesting feedbac...
We've all faced times in our lives when we get shaken, but sometimes we find ourselves facing times where it feels like nothing's letting up. And just like a soda bottle, that constant shaking is building pressure with each jolt. If we don't let some of that out in a controlled escape, things start to go boom.Whisper gets vulnerable again this week,as she talks about some recent personal shakings and what went boom. We talk about the Born In A Cult classes that we are currently taking with Dr. Janja Lalich and Beth Matenaer. Whisper asks the question: Why call them coping skills? A lost leg can't be grown back. Let's call them "restructuring skills!"Born In A Cult classes:www.tbylr.comSupport the show
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After working with hundreds of churches through the years on the issue of structure, it's become clear that some staffing and structure strategies help churches accomplish their mission… and some do not. This week, we're wrapping up our conversation around Signs You Need to Restructure with three final warning signs related to span of care issues and lack of team/ministry alignment. Free Webinar: How to Restructure Your Church Staff You're perfectly structured to get the results you're getting. Join us on July 28 for this free 1-hour webinar event unpacking how to restructure your church staff for the health and effectiveness of your ministry. It's not too late—register today! For the full episode transcript, links mentioned during the show, and to download the Leader Conversation Guide, visit this episode's Show Notes at theunstuckgroup.com/episode255. Join the Live Conversation on Social Media Join the live conversation The Unstuck Group's team will be having on social media about this week's topic. We use hashtag #unstuckchurch on Twitter. Or you can join in on Facebook. If you're catching this episode later, you can still join in! Just tag us @unstuckgroup or use #unstuckchurch, and include [episode 255] in your post for reference.
Episode 162 is about how to redefine the pursuit of happiness, featuring GiGi Diaz of Seizing Happy®. Listen now!GiGi Diaz is a Mindset & Social Media Branding Coach, executive producer and host of the Chats with GiGi podcast, and serial entrepreneur with over 18 years of experience. She's the founder of Seizing Happy®; a life coaching organization dedicated to nurturing the business and the woman behind the business equally.While still growing her first business, GiGi's Academy back in 2003, GiGi received her Bachelor's degree in Sociology and Anthropology at Florida International University. It was during the pursuit for her Masters Degree in Communications that her life shifted entirely. She was working mornings as a radio host, evenings as a sports reporter, all while excelling in grad school, until the stress and exhaustion led her to the ER after losing her sight while driving.After a lot of inner work and learning, GiGi became an ICF Certified Life Coach, specializing in Mindfulness and Happiness Studies. She founded her coaching business, Seizing Happy® and created her signature program, the 3Rs System: Reevaluate, Restructure, Reset your life for success with less stress.For full episode show notes, visit here.Loving this episode? Leave us a review on Apple podcasts. Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, LinkedIn, YouTube and join our Patreon community!Until next time, stay empowered, stay inspired & #staypoderosa ✨
Xrossbones returns to talk the biggest party of the summer with KP! They do a little Summer Slam predictions, & fantasy booking. Then they dive into WWE post Vince which leads them into a discussion of NXT, Nick Khan, and cost efficient episodic television!
Sometimes churches put people in leadership positions when they simply don't have the leadership gift or capacity required for the role. In this episode, we're unpacking three more warning signs it's time to restructure, including the importance of clarifying decision rights and why leadership teams need all kinds of diversity to thrive. Free Webinar: How to Restructure Your Church Staff You're perfectly structured to get the results you're getting. Join us on July 28 for this free 1-hour webinar event unpacking how to restructure your church staff for the health and effectiveness of your ministry. Register today. For the full episode transcript, links mentioned during the show, and to download the Leader Conversation Guide, visit this episode's Show Notes at theunstuckgroup.com/episode254. Join the Live Conversation on Social Media Join the live conversation The Unstuck Group's team will be having on social media about this week's topic. We use hashtag #unstuckchurch on Twitter. Or you can join in on Facebook. If you're catching this episode later, you can still join in! Just tag us @unstuckgroup or use #unstuckchurch, and include [episode 254] in your post for reference.
You're perfectly structured to get the results you're getting today—so if you want different results, it will likely require you to change both your strategy AND your structure. In this episode, we're unpacking the problems with a legacy structure and identifying four more warning signs that your structure needs to change. Free Webinar: How to Restructure Your Church Staff You're perfectly structured to get the results you're getting. Join us on July 28 for this free 1-hour webinar event unpacking how to restructure your church staff for the health and effectiveness of your ministry. Register today. For the full episode transcript, links mentioned during the show, and to download the Leader Conversation Guide, visit this episode's Show Notes at theunstuckgroup.com/episode253. Join the Live Conversation on Social Media Join the live conversation The Unstuck Group's team will be having on social media about this week's topic. We use hashtag #unstuckchurch on Twitter. Or you can join in on Facebook. If you're catching this episode later, you can still join in! Just tag us @unstuckgroup or use #unstuckchurch, and include [episode 253] in your post for reference.
For the past 25 years, Sergio has been working with folks to help them reach their fitness goals. Positive and practical, he's a down-to-earth motivational speaker who can connect with others and encourage them to make the changes for a healthier and happier live. He's an in-demand nutrition and fitness coach and author of “Say Good-Bye to Belly Fat: 6 Steps to Mastering Your Insulin and Losing Weight for Good.” We talked about the importance of gut health, the role of your microbiome, the benefits of fasting, how to get good sleep and so much more. Sergio is a wealth of information and I think you're going to enjoy this podcast. Pick up a copy of Sergio's book at www.myforeverfatloss.com. You can also contact him at www.sergiorojascoaching.com and find him on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn @vitalitybysergio.
Most churches have lower attendance today than they had three years ago—but they still haven't right-sized their staff team to reflect their current attendance. In this four-week series, we'll walk through a number of early warning signs that it's time to address staffing issues and restructure in your ministry team. In this episode, we'll focus on overstaffing. Free Webinar: How to Restructure Your Church Staff You're perfectly structured to get the results you're getting. Join us on July 28 for this free 1-hour webinar event unpacking how to restructure your church staff for the health and effectiveness of your ministry. Register today. This Episode is Sponsored by The Church Laywers The Church Lawyers' Client Member program was created for organizations just like yours. Whether governance, employment, litigation, or other matters, let The Church Lawyers walk alongside you as you navigate legal issues facing your ministry. Sign up for the The Church Lawyers' Client Member program today at thechurchlawyers.com. For the full episode transcript, links mentioned during the show, and to download the Leader Conversation Guide, visit this episode's Show Notes at theunstuckgroup.com/episode252. Join the Live Conversation on Social Media If you're listening on Wednesday, when the episode first releases, join the live conversation The Unstuck Group's team will be having on social media about this week's topic. We use hashtag #unstuckchurch on Twitter. Or you can join in on Facebook. Ask your questions and add your comments about the topic. If you're catching this episode later, you can still join in! Just tag us @unstuckgroup or use #unstuckchurch, and include [episode 252] in your post for reference.
Churches today are overstaffed. Their org charts don't align with their new post-pandemic ministry strategies. And the Great Resignation has left serious gaps in leadership. This July, we're kicking off a four-part series unpacking the four “Signs You Need to Restructure Your Staff." We need to right-size our teams and restructure for the future health of our churches today. Subscribe to make sure you don't miss an episode, and join us on July 6 as we kick off "Signs You Need to Restructure Your Staff."
According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, James Harden has agreed to opt out of his $47.4 mil. player option for next season and restructure a deal with the Sixers to provide more flexibility in free agency. This also means that the Sixers will now have room to sign PJ Tucker and maybe even a few others. Today, we react and break down this news. We even take live callers to get some reactions & thoughts about everything. #Sixers #JamesHarden #SixersNews #DarylMorey #PJTucker #NBANews #NBABreakingNews Philly Take with RB Merch Store: https://philly-take-with-rb.creator-spring.com/ Subscribe to Philly Take with RB on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZ6xo8_BSzZJVYfWEqEt1Gw INSTA: https://www.instagram.com/rbphillytake/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/RBPhillyTake
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A new DARPA styled agency called Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health (ARPA-H) has been newly created and is the agency behind Biden's stated goal to cure cancer. It is doubtful whether the agency has the fortitude to “cure” cancer at the expense of big pharma, but it will likely do much more than we will ever know. Considering most DARPA projects are black, it is likely ARPA-H projects will be black too. But, this report shares some of what we do know to this point.
Four years after Waka Kotahi was slammed for not doing its job of keeping roads safe, one of its core unit's has been labelled so ineffective it is being pulled apart. The unit undergoing a restructure includes the road network safety team. The unit's head says, in an internal report obtained by RNZ, its work is increasingly perceived as barriers to better regulatory outcomes and it does not know what it exists for. Waka Kotahi is running behind on targets to make state highways safer with median barriers and side barriers. Phil Pennington is looking into this.
L'After foot, c'est LE show d'après-match et surtout la référence des fans de football depuis 15 ans ! Les rencontres se prolongent tous les soirs avec Gilbert Brisbois et Nicolas Jamain avec les réactions des joueurs et entraîneurs, les conférences de presse d'après-match et les débats animés entre supporters, experts de l'After et auditeurs. RMC est une radio généraliste, essentiellement axée sur l'actualité et sur l'interactivité avec les auditeurs, dans un format 100% parlé, inédit en France. La grille des programmes de RMC s'articule autour de rendez-vous phares comme Apolline Matin (6h-9h), les Grandes Gueules (9h-12h), Estelle Midi (12h-15h), Super Moscato Show (15h-18h), Rothen s'enflamme (18h-20h), l'After Foot (20h-minuit).
The Rams and Aaron Donald have reportedly agreed to a $95 million contract restructure, making him the highest-paid non-quarterback in the NFL. How are teh Rams able to keep spending money like this and still be under the cap? Phil Mickelson has officially joined the Saudi-backed LIV Tour where he'll reportedly get about $200 million. Let's be honest, we all have our price. How much would it take for you to betray your principles? Texts react to the show at 49451. Dick Fain drops by to discuss a busy weekend.
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