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Kyle hops on the podcast today to dive into all the details about his newest purchase - the cheapest EV he could find! He discusses his new Mercedes B-Class that he recently picked up in California, the major issues, what we know about its problems so far, and what he expects next. Find us on all of these places:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/outofspecpodcastApple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/out-of-spec-podcast/id1576636119Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0tKIQfKL9oaHc1DLOTWvbdAmazon: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/473692b9-05b9-41f9-9b38-9f86fbdabee7/OUT-OF-SPEC-PODCASTFor further inquiries please email email@example.com#mercedes #ev #cheap Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Frank Reig, the CEO of Revel, gives us the inside scoop on how he turned his vision into reality, from convincing Texas lawmakers to embrace his ideas to launching a fleet of electric vehicles in the heart of NYC. We're diving into Revel – a dynamic startup that's revolutionizing how we move around cities. Starting with their iconic electric mopeds in New York, Revel has grown into a powerhouse, tackling urban electrification head-on. But Revel's story is more than just cool blue Teslas and mopeds whizzing through city streets. Join us as we discuss the ins and outs of building a climate impact company, the evolution from shared mobility to electrification, and the bold bets that paid off. Revel's journey is a story of innovation, persistence, and a deep commitment to a greener future. About VSC Ventures: For 20 years, our award-winning PR agency VSC has worked with innovative startups on positioning, messaging, and awareness and we are bringing that same expertise to help climate startups with storytelling and narrative building. Last year, general partners Vijay Chattha and Jay Kapoor raised a $21M fund to co-invest in the most promising startups alongside leading climate funds. Through the conversations on our show CLIMB by VSC, we're excited to share what we're doing at VSC and VSC Ventures on climate innovation with companies like Ample, Actual, Sesame Solar, Synop, Vibrant Planet, and Zume among many others.
We don't know much about what an Alberta Pension Plan would actually look like. Up for debate: the amount Alberta could pull out of the national plan, whether or not contributions and draws would actually be higher or lower than with the CPP, who would influence where the funds would be invested, and how long the province's demographics would sustain an Alberta pension advantage. So, basically, everything. We go on a fact finding mission in this episode of Real Talk. 3:00 | Murray Gold is one of Canada's preeminent pension experts. Gil McGowan represents 175,000 workers as president of the Alberta Federation of Labour. They get into a new report questioning the wisdom of an Alberta Pension Plan. READ THE REPORT: https://afl.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/Big-Risks-No-Rewards-pension-report-15NOV23.pdf 50:00 | You might know it as Black Friday, but in Jasper, the big days for deals is called Moonlight Madness! We highlight a few great investments waiting for you in Jasper National Park in this edition of #MyJasper Memories presented by Tourism Jasper. PLAN YOUR JASPER GETAWAY: https://www.jasper.travel/ 54:00 | Real Talker Michael believes the Alberta NDP needs a rebrand, and Real Talker Ron needs to get something off his chest re: Israel and Hamas. Ryan dips into the Real Talk Mailbag. EMAIL THE SHOW: firstname.lastname@example.org BECOME A REAL TALK PATRON: https://www.patreon.com/ryanjespersen WEBSITE: https://ryanjespersen.com/ FOLLOW US ON TIKTOK, TWITTER, & INSTAGRAM: @realtalkrj THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING OUR SPONSORS! https://ryanjespersen.com/sponsors The views and opinions expressed in this show are those of the host and guests and do not necessarily reflect the position of Relay Communications Group Inc. or any affiliates.
The School Leadership Series promises to provide motivation on your way into school every Monday-Friday in five minutes or less. Co-hosted by Karine Veldhoen (founder of Learn Forward) and Danny Bauer (founder of Better Leaders Better Schools) we'll offer you a challenging idea and a clear action step each day. Make sure to SUBSCRIBE. Learn more at https://betterleadersbetterschools.com and https://learnforward.ca. Buy Daniel's latest book published by Corwin and AASA: https://betterleadersbetterschools.com/go READY TO LEVEL UP? Apply to the mastermind -- a leadership community changing the landscape of professional development for school admin. https://www.betterleadersbetterschools.com/mastermind-application/ Copyright © 2023 Twelve Practices LLC
Have you been wondering about weight loss drugs? Have you read stories of celebrity weight loss and caught yourself thinking is ozempic actually worth it?Or better still...what is ozempic?Ozempic, a medication initially concocted for blood glucose control but remarketed for weight loss due to its surprising effect. This drug, is injected weekly and works by mimicking the GLP1 hormone and suppressing your appetite.So wait, what's the catch? Oh, there are some not-so-fun side effects...This episode is not a place where I will be shaming anyone who is considering weight loss drugs or have tried them in the past. But a place to remove the diet culture BS and give you the information you NEED, to be able to make informed choices about YOUR life. The world is changing rapidly, and I think this is only the beginning of weight loss medications. Now is the time more than ever to understand what it's all about, work on our relationships with food and get ready for whatever life throughs at us.Time to press play. Do you have a question for the podcast? On this topic or maybe another? If you could click this link, and send me a voice note - I would LOVE to hear from you.
What is risky drinking? What's the cognitive profile of risky drinkers? If we know more about how risky drinkers think, is it easier to develop models for preventive measures? APS's Özge G. Fischer Baum approaches these questions with a cognitive lens in an interview with Elizabeth Goldfarb from Yale University. Fischer Baum and Goldfarb discuss how risky drinkers generalize and overgeneralize categories differently from the general population. The conversation evolves into ideas about possible interventions for alcohol-use and other substance abuse. Goldfarb also published on this topic in APS's flagship journal, Psychological Science. If you want to know more about this research, visit psychologicalscience.org.
In this Soap Box podcast Patrick Gray talks to Material Security's CEO and co-founder Abhishek Agrawal about the security problems inherent to modern productivity suites. Does it make sense that threat actors can authenticate to o365 and Workspace accounts and clean them out entirely? Years of mail, years of files? Material Security has built a product that tackles this issue. It can lock up email archives behind MFA challenges, redact PII from inboxes, better control files share via Google Drive and OneDrive, and just generally limit the damage a threat actor can inflict when they compromise a cloud productivity account. Even if you're not interested in buying a product to tackle this, we think this one is a great listen.
11-14-23 AJ DailyAngus Enthusiasts Experience Angus ConventionAdapted from a release by Peyton Schmitt, Angus Communications NFU Releases 2023 Farmer's Share of Thanksgiving Food Dollar Adapted from a release by Ross Hettervig, National Farmers Union FFA and 4-H Members Receive Free Admission to NCBA Trade Show at CattleCon24 Adapted from a release by the National Cattlemen's Beef Association Keep Risky Habits Out of the Kitchen This Thanksgiving Adapted from a release by the USDA Compiled by Paige Nelson, field editor, Angus Journal. For more Angus news, visit angusjournal.net.
Matthew 25:14-30Louis Tamburro So sometimes you have to take risks in life, to enjoy certain rewards in life. This parable teaches if you really love Jesus, then you'll use your talents and risk doing something to help with his kingdom expansion, rather than burying your talents and waste your life doing nothing. It's better to risk doing something, than to waste your life doing nothing.
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Because of military aid to Ukraine and, presumably Israel, the U.S. defense industrial base is strained right now. Manufacturers of platforms and ammunition must deal with a list of regulatory and legal challenges. For more, Federal Drive Host Tom Temin spoke with attorney Justin Chiarodo, a partner at Blank Rome. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This is the audio-only version of our weekly cyber security talk show, teissTalk. Join us for free by visiting www.teiss.co.uk/teisstalkThe panel discussion is titled:teissTalk: Helping colleagues recognise and learn from their risky behaviourEnabling a "no-blame" culture where colleagues feel confident reporting their near missesUsing examples and anecdotes to help colleagues understand the operational risksLeading the culture change from "blame" to "no blame"This episode is hosted by Thom Langfordhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/thomlangford/Keil Hubert, Associate Principal, Security Human Risk Management, OCChttps://www.linkedin.com/in/khubert/Rob Flanders, Head of Threat and Incident Response, BAE Systemshttps://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-flanders-31b01976/
You've seen Barbara Corcoran on Shark Tank, heard of her unbelievable real estate deals that make millions of dollars, and might own a product or two that she's invested in. She's spent her entire career betting on New York real estate, and her risk has come with tens of millions of dollars in rewards. And while Barbara is known for her “go with your gut” type of investing, her son, Tom Higgins, went a completely different direction—and it paid off. Tom has flown under the radar for most of his real estate career, never relying on his Corcoran lineage thanks to his different last name. He worked at a real estate brokerage in college, attended real estate finance classes at night, and eventually found himself in the industry as a real estate development professional, helping develop and renovate over 2,000 multifamily rental units! Tom is a hard-numbers guy. He knows the cash-on-cash return, loan-to-value, and acquisition cost of every deal he's done. Barbara, on the other hand, self-admittedly, can barely remember which metrics are which. Today, Barbara and Tom debate whether you should go with your head or heart when investing in real estate and why using a little bit of both could make you richer than all the other investors. In This Episode We Cover: Barbara and Tom's sneaky way of finding up-and-coming real estate investing areas Why Barbara says to never touch a DIME of your cash flow until… How Tom made Barbara even more money by making her go against her investing nature One super simple way to immediately find out if a contractor will be worth the money Risky leverage and the one type of loan Tom says to STAY AWAY from Why Barbara looks for “old ladies” every time she's in a new market How Tom uses BiggerPockets to meet investors, contractors, and partners (and why you should too!) And So Much More! Links from the Show Find an Agent Find a Lender BiggerPockets Youtube Channel BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Pro Membership BiggerPockets Bookstore BiggerPockets Bootcamps BiggerPockets Podcast BiggerPockets Merch Listen to All Your Favorite BiggerPockets Podcasts in One Place Learn About Real Estate, The Housing Market, and Money Management with The BiggerPockets Podcasts Get More Deals Done with The BiggerPockets Investing Tools Find a BiggerPockets Real Estate Meetup in Your Area Davids's BiggerPockets Profile David's Instagram Subscribe to David's YouTube Channel Rob's BiggerPockets Profile Rob's Instagram Rob's TikTok Rob's Twitter Rob's YouTube Meet Your Next Partner, Contractor, or Investing Buddy on the BiggerPockets Forums Barbara Corcoran's Wild Real Estate Tactics You'll Want to Repeat FIRE by 27 Using the “Chick-Fil-A Rule” of Real Estate Books Mentioned in the Show: Pillars of Wealth by David Greene Connect with Barbara: Barbara's Instagram Barbara's Podcast Barbara's TikTok Barbara's X/Twitter Connect with Tom: Tom's BiggerPockets Profile Tom's X/Twitter Click here to listen to the full episode: https://www.biggerpockets.com/blog/real-estate-842 Interested in learning more about today's sponsors or becoming a BiggerPockets partner yourself? Email email@example.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this weeks retrospective we talk about why sleeping around and acting out will only make you drink more. You can listen to the full episode here. https://open.spotify.com/episode/0sJdIzsqLd6Er6uhQ33W3M?si=09ac3f68847a4be6 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Alberta's government wants to remove itself from the Canada Pension Plan and start its own instead. We ask an expert what that could mean for the rest of us, and the future of the CPP. Sebastien Betermier is a finance professor at McGill University.
In this episode, Ricardo emphasizes the modern cult of immediacy and the impact it has on professionals' patience and ability to concentrate. The younger generation seeks instant results in various aspects of life, including work and learning. This mindset is compared to "TikTok project managers," who expect quick outcomes and shallow understanding. Ricardo highlights his concerns about the next generation of project managers aiming for credentials in 15-second learning sessions. He also stresses the importance of deeper thinking and avoiding becoming too addicted to instant gratification. Ricardo encourages professionals to balance agility with patience and understanding that some things take time to develop or understand. We live in a TikTok generation where everything happens in 15 seconds, but real life isn't like that. Listen to the podcast to learn more.
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Giving yourself grace to endure life's stresses and advocating for yourself when something feels “off” with your body can lead to your personal growth, self awareness – and in some cases – your own survival. When healthcare limitations and red tape become obstacles to seeking the healthcare answers you need, do not give up. Listen as Risky Benefits Podcast guest, Kelli Spills, shares her very personal cancer journey to help others gain perspective on the realities surrounding cancer symptoms, self advocacy when healthcare challenges don't lead to efficient and proper diagnosis, and how developing a treatment plan, or researching alternative treatment trials can promote mindful change and positive outcomes.If you also want to see Kelly's video that she speaks about, feel free to click & visit Stand Up To Cancer's YouTube page.MORE ABOUT OUR GUESTS:Kelly (Spill) Bonito3 Year Colorectal Cancer SurvivorFeatured on: Stand Up 2 Cancer, The Washington Post, NBC, Everyday Health, CBSKelly (Spill) Bonito is a 3 year colorectal cancer survivor due to immunotherapy. She started her journey with cancer when she was 28 years old. Her symptoms arose when she was 8 months pregnant with her son. She was brushed off from a handful of doctors telling her it was internal hemorrhoids. With persistence to self advocate, she finally found a provider who listened. Kelly's plan was to explore her options by visiting three cancer centers. She was looking to find her best fit by the feeling of comfort and best treatment option. Her first stop was Memorial Sloan Kettering and it ended up being her last stop. Her initial treatment plan was chemotherapy, oral chemotherapy/radiation, and surgery. This treatment option would lead her to never being able to carry another baby again, as well as, forever having a colostomy bag. This led her and her husband to freeze embryos prior to treatment in hopes to be able to bring another baby into this world. She arrived at her appointment to schedule her first day of chemotherapy and left that appointment with a new treatment plan. Kelly's tumor tested positive for a genetic mutation called MMrd, which allowed her to be a candidate for an immunotherapy now named Dostarlimab. Kelly made a brave decision being the fourth patient in the USA to undergo this treatment.Kelly is a wife,now a mother of two, runs her own health and wellness business, and is a patient advocate for Colorectal Cancer and clinical trials. She continues to advocate to bring hope and awareness for this cancer that is on the rise for individuals 50 and under. She used to be the quitest woman in the room, but now wants her voice heard on how important it is to self advocate. Kelly has been interviewed by CBS, NBC, and The Washington Post. She was featured on Stand Up 2 Cancer and currently writes a blog for To listen in and subscribe to more episodes, visit our website: fbmc.com/podcast.
Many organizations approach Digital Transformations as if they're rolling the dice, taking significant risks with little return. What are the crucial insights about this gamble in transformation? We dive into this topic in the latest episode of the Digital Stratosphere Podcast.
Dr Jennifer Power (ARCSHS, La Trobe University) speaks about their research presentation, Beyond risky sex and dental dams: Setting an agenda for LBQ women's sexual health. This presentation was given at the LGBTIQ+ Women's Health Conference. Find out more here. Check out our other JOY Podcasts for more on LGBTIQ+ health & wellbeing. If there's something you'd like us to explore on the show, send through ideas or questions at firstname.lastname@example.org Find out more about LGBTIQ+ services and events in Victoria at Thorne Harbour Health and in South Australia at SAMESH.
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In this week's episode of Live from the Vault, Andrew Maguire wonders who will buy more than $1.7TN in US Treasury bonds and whether the golden elephant in the room is being ignored as safe haven inflows boost gold's price. As 2023 draws to a close, the precious metals expert and whistleblower explains how paper prices can no longer be relied on to keep the price of physical gold artificially low: the game has changed and the gold reevaluation has begun.Timestamps:00:00 Start 01:35 What is Andy focussing on as the market becomes bullish?12:50 Is gold re-evaluation beginning and what else is driving gold?18:45 The COMEX: unfit for purpose 23:00 Is gold competing with treasuries as the weaponisation of the dollar continues 28:40 An updated look at the illiquid gold and silver fixes40:00 An update on how silver is faring Sign up for Kinesis on desktop:https://www2.kinesis.money/investor-youtube.Download the Kinesis Mobile app - available App Store and Google Play:https://apps.apple.com/us/app/kinesis...https://play.google.com/store/apps/de...Also, don't forget to check out our social channels where you can stay up to date with all the latest news and developments from the team.Twitter: https://twitter.com/KinesisMonetaryFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/kinesismoney/Telegram: https://t.me/kinesismoney
Bletchley Park - the once top-secret home of the World War Two codebreakers, including Alan Turing - has this week hosted Rishi Sunak's UK AI safety summit. It could help position Britain as a world leader on AI regulation, as governments seek to take back control over how the technology is developed and used, to prevent abuse. On the Sky News Daily, presenter Sally Lockwood looks at the risks and concerns AI poses, speaking to Professor Stuart Russell, a member of the World Economic Forum's Global AI Council. Plus, what was the point of Sunak's AI summit? Technology correspondent Arthi Nachiappan joins Sally from Bletchley to unpick the PM's ambitions. Producer: Soila ApparicioInterviews producer: Melissa TutesigensiEditor: Wendy Parker
In the latest installment of TTT (Tik Tok Tuesday) Episode 160, the charismatic Beard Laws and the Boys are back to unpack the internet's latest crazes. This time, they're donning their content curator hats and diving headfirst into the world of TikTok, where trends rise and fall faster than you can say "viral."Join Beard Laws and the Boys as they react to a hilarious assortment of TikTok videos, sharing their candid thoughts and reactions. In this episode, they're spotlighting two standout trends that have caught their attention:
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This week, Sim and Sonya discuss the risks of aggressive investing in their podcast episode, highlighting signs to watch out for. They emphasise the importance of not constantly checking your portfolio, seeking reassurance, and taking on too much risk. Their advice is to maintain a balanced approach to investing for better financial peace of mind.For more Girls That Invest:Sign up for the weekly Stock Market Tea newsletterInstagramTikTokTwitterFacebook'Til next week, team!
In this edition of the Soap Box we hear from Mike Wiacek and Eric Foster from Stairwell. Stairwell makes a product that collects and analyses every executable file in your environment. You deploy file collectors to your systems and they forward all new files to Stairwell for manual and automated analysis. You can do a lot of really cool analysis once you have all that stuff in the same place. But as you'll hear, Stairwell is broadening out the use cases for its platform. You don't want to forward files from every system? You don't have to. It's still very useful as an analysis platform. It's sort of like VirusTotal, but private and with a bunch more bells and whistles. There's also a bunch of sharing tools in the platform, which gives it a “social network for CTI nerds” flavour.
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Your latest edition of Ask Rob & Rob has landed! (0:43) Nick and his brother have £350,000 in capital and Nick's wondering how Rob & Rob would invest this cash in today's market? (4:08) Dalia is looking at purchasing a property and she's been advised it'll be around 10 weeks between exchange and completion. She wants to know if this is common practice and if there are any risks she should be aware of? Links mentioned Property strategies that don't work [and some that are struggling] Should you buy property off-plan? Enjoy the show? Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts - it really helps others find us! Sign up for our free weekly newsletter, Property Pulse Send us your question by calling us on 013 808 00035 and leaving a message with your name and question (normal UK call rates apply) or click here to leave a recording via your computer instead. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As the future of work evolves with the onset of artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and the general return-to-office debate, organizations are going above and beyond simply providing the tools and training necessary for workers to be successful. These days, it is increasingly important for employers to meet both threshold and activator needs to improve employee work experiences and overall job satisfaction.Listen as Sean Morris, Employee Experience Solutions Architect, shares his optimism for the future of work. Morris defines the basic threshold needs of materials fulfillment for employees to operate successfully, creating a secure work environment where trust can flourish, and providing a sense of belonging to engage employees as a whole person.MORE ABOUT OUR GUESTS:Sean MorrisEmployee Experience Solution ArchitectSean Morris is a catalyst for change—delivering hundreds of millions of dollars of value over his career. He meets organizations where they are and helps to unlock their potential while simultaneously addressing their acute needs. Sean's aim is to create a learning organization, one adept at problem-solving and managing at the right level to meet business needs. To do this he balances qualitative and quantitative approaches and leverages a hybrid skill set taken from organizational effectiveness and operational excellence. This includes leadership coaching, process mapping and refinement, management system design and deployment, assessments and data analysis, cross-functional collaboration and communication, and lean thinking. Furthermore, Sean is not afraid to “roll up his sleeves” and be both a thinker and doer in service of getting the right things done.His work experience has taken him as far north as the Arctic Circle and as far south as Brazil as well as to Scotland, Canada, Australia and to an offshore drilling platform in the Gulf of Mexico.Sean's education has produced in him a consistent curiosity that makes learning a lifelong pursuit. He holds certificates in Change Management, Lean Six Sigma, and Executive Coaching as well as an M.B.A from the Thunderbird School of Global Management where he learned the value created by combining the hard business skills (data and process) with the softer ones (facilitation and coaching). He received his Bachelor's in Humanities from BYU which taught him how to learn and to see a problem from multiple perspectives. Furthermore, his educational experience was enriched by semesters abroad in Mexico, Spain, and the Near East as well as by a seminar in Washington D.C.To listen in and subscribe to more episodes, visit our website: fbmc.com/podcast.
I was on a call with a marathoner who had a cuboid fracture. He was getting better, and he was trying to figure out how he could start running. The cuboid bone is an irregular bone at the base of the metatarsals, and it's sandwiched in between the fourth and fifth metatarsal bones and the heel bone. It is a bad bone to break. So he had a valid question: Is it risky to run with a cuboid fracture? Well, that's a great question, and that's what we're talking about today on the Doc On The Run Podcast.
It's easy to ignore red flags when we're falling for someone. But our heart pays the price. When you're really attracted to someone, you can talk yourself out of acting on your concerns. You may pursue someone who doesn't want a relationship in the hope of changing them, or prioritize someone else's needs over your own because of your feelings of admiration. For today's episode, I've gathered some of my best advice over the years on spotting and acting on red flags . . . so you can move on faster and avoid the pain of heartbreak with someone who just isn't ready. --- Follow Matt @thematthewhussey Follow Stephen @stephenhhussey --- ►► Discover the 3 Secrets to Taking Control in Your Love Life. Go Here to Get Your Free Guide → http://www.3LoveHabits.com