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Best podcasts about robert f

Latest podcast episodes about robert f

Management Muse
Leader Development Inspired By Howard Prince: One Flame, Many Candles

Management Muse

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 48:12


In today's episode, our topic is leadership development in honor of our mentor Howard T. Prince II, a pioneer in leadership education, who passed away last year. We reflect on Howard's life and contribution to our understanding of leadership. We talk about three myths that Howard disrupted, about his life in the army and in academia, and what a great person he was to know. Howard was a leader who created thousands of other leaders—a light to many candles. He is deeply missed. Episode Highlights The crucial difference between experience, reflection, and wisdom Building better organizations Leaving a personal legacy Timestamps [04:00] Understanding the tragedy of psychology [10:25] Howard's contribution to integrating women into the US Military Academy [23:54] Three important leadership skills—Intelligence (IQ), Emotional Intelligence (EQ), Interpersonal Communication Skills [28:49] 3 myths about leadership [32:16] Transforming toxic organizations into ethical ones [41:48] How Howard got woke in 1970 Standout Quotes from the Episode: "The tragedy of psychology is that people want to change. But they don't reflect enough on the limitations between what they're doing and what they want in order to know how to change. Without reflection, you can't convert experience into wisdom. Without wisdom, you're going to be the same person day in and day out, year in year out.” "When somebody is yelling at you, the only thing you want is to make it end. You'll do anything to make it end, but you're not learning. You're just trying to extinguish whatever that threat is." “It's ethics if it hurts.” - Howard Prince About Howard T. Prince, II: Howard Prince was a 1962 Honor Graduate of West Point who served with distinction as an infantry officer in Vietnam. After sustaining grievous wounds during the battle of Hue, Howard rehabilitated at Walter Reed, and then completed a doctorate in clinical psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. Howard was assigned as the cadet psychologist at West Point and was then promoted to be the founding department head of West Point's Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership. In 1990, Howard retired from the Army (and was advanced on the retirement roles to Brigadier General) and became the founding dean of the Jepson School of Leadership Studies at the University of Richmond (in Virginia). In 2001, Howard “retired” to Texas, where he was promptly installed as the Director of the Center for Ethical Leadership in the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin. He was given West Point's highest alumni honor, the Distinguished Graduate Award, in 2006. Episode Resources: Prince, H.T., Tumlin, G.R., and Stacey L. Connaughton. “An interdisciplinary Major in Leadership Studies: Rationale, challenges, and template for building an adaptable program. International Leadership Journal 2.1 (2009): 91-128. Prince, Howard. "Teaching leadership: A journey into the unknown." Concepts and connections: A newsletter for leadership educators 9.3 (2001): 1-5. Priest, Robert F., Alan G. Vitters, and Howard T. Prince. "Coeducation at West Point." Armed Forces & Society 4.4 (1978): 589-606. Watch this podcast on YouTube https://managementmuse.com/ Errors and Omissions: 1) Women entered West Point in 1976, to graduate with the class of 1980. 2) Howard was sent to Vietnam in Oct of 1967 and was wounded for the second time in February of 1968 during the Tet Offensive in the battle to retake Hue.

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Affiliate TalkxX 35: Voll Meta

Affiliate TalkxX – termfrequenz

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2022 33:32


Naaaa ihr :) der Frühling steht vor der Tür und wir geben euch wieder richtig was auf die Ohren. Nicht nur wir haben uns diese Frage gestellt, sondern auch Robert Förster von der Projecter GmbH, denn wir schauen uns die Meta-Netzwerke mal genauer an. Was ist ein Meta- bzw. Subnetzwerk, was machen sie und wie sind unsere Erfahrungen damit. Für weiteres hört euch gerne die Folge an ;)

The Opperman Report
Barbara Brussell : Mae Brussell

The Opperman Report

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2022 69:33


Mae Magnin Brussell (1922 -1988) was an American conspiracy researcher and radio personality, and host of Dialogue: Conspiracy (aka World Watchers International). Her career spanned 25 years, first with an in-depth cross-reference of the Warren Report that revealed inconsistencies in the official JFK assassination story, and eventually broadcasting her findings on radio, publishing articles, teaching, and lecturing around the country. John Lennon donated money so Paul Krassner could afford to print Mae Brussell's work in his magazine The Realist. Mae Brussell's research library contains extensive handwritten cross-references and analysis by Mae on such topics as the assassinations of John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Malcolm X, and Martin Luther King, as well as the Watergate scandal, Charles Manson, mind control, bio-warfare, and the developing dominance of the military industrial complex. There are thousands of documents, photographs, newspaper clippings, correspondence and notes totaling 39 file cabinets, along with hundreds of books (many rare and out-of-print) and two copies of the Warren Report. It is very likely that Mae documented the early activities of current political figures who were just beginning their rise to the positions of power they hold today. The mission of The Mae Brussell Project is to digitize this vast archive and make the materials available online. We are currently seeking: 1. 1000+ square feet of secure warehouse, home or office space, near Monterey (two year minimum) 2. Transportation, 40-foot trailer or comparable alternative, plus labor, for initial relocation 3. Equipment, software and personnel for scanning, archiving, and publishing the library digitally

The Create Your Own Life Show
Thursday Thoughts | Project Veritas, FBI and a Wider Discussion of Media

The Create Your Own Life Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2022 15:29


About This Episode: Each week on Thursday thoughts, we look into my thoughts on relevant issues that week. This week we're discussing…. What I learned from James O'Keefe Letting sources know they're being covered Not taking the “L"" Editorial v. News The left and right have switched Learn more about this episode: Interview with James O'Keefe- https://www.jeremyryanslate.com/953 Becker News - https://beckernews.com/ Check out our YouTube Channel: Jeremyryanslatebiz See the Show Notes: www.jeremyryanslate.com/954 Sponsors: Gusto: This episode is sponsored by Gusto. Run your payroll the easy way, the same way we do at Command Your Brand. You'll get a. $100 Amazon Gift Card just for running your first payroll! http://www.jeremyryanslate.com/gusto MyPillow: Use the promo code: CYOL to get up to 60% off https://www.mypillow.com/ Audible: Get a free 30 day free trial and 1 free audiobook from thousands of available books. Right now I'm reading "The Real Anthony Fauci" by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. www.jeremyryanslate.com/book  

Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast
Gun Activists Rally in Woodstock; Robert F. Logan Named First Citizen; Gas Leak Causes Injuries

Cherokee Tribune-Ledger Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2022 10:30


Gun activists rallied in Woodstock regarding a proposed bill; Robert F. Logan was named First Citizen of Cherokee County; And a gas leak caused some injuries at Pilgrim's Pride in Canton. #CherokeeCounty #Georgia #LocalNews           -          -          -          -          -          -          The Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast is local news for Woodstock, Canton, and all of Cherokee County. Register Here for your essential digital news.             This podcast was produced and published for the Cherokee Tribune-Ledger and TribuneLedgerNews.com by BG Ad Group     For more information be sure to visit https://www.bgpodcastnetwork.com/   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KUT » In Black America
Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. (Ep 6, 2022)

KUT » In Black America

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 29:33


This week on In Black America, producer and host John L. Hanson, Jr. presents a tribute to the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on the 93rd anniversary of his birth, with excerpts from Dr. King’s speeches and commentary from the Honorable Andrew Young, the late Robert F. Kennedy, and President Barack Obama.

Orar al canto del gallo
314: Solemnidad de Santa María, Madre de Dios. 1/01/2022

Orar al canto del gallo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 3:56


Evangelio:  Lucas 2, 16-21: En aquel tiempo, los pastores fueron corriendo hacia Belén y encontraron a María y a José y al niño acostado en el pesebre. Al verlo, contaron lo que se les había dicho de aquel niño. Todos los que lo oían se admiraban... María, por su parte, conservaba todas estas cosas, meditándolas en su corazón. Bendición: Familia Lovera Romero, Mons. Robert F. Prevost, OSA y Mons. Lizardo Estrada, OSA. Redacción: Armando Jesús Lovera Vásquez.

The Create Your Own Life Show
Kash Patel | Russiagate, The Durham Investigation and Holding the Media Accountable

The Create Your Own Life Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 35:55


About This Episode: Kash Patel began his career in 2005 as a public defender, trying scores of complex cases in federal and state courts, ranging from murder, to narco-trafficking, to complex financial crimes. Mr. Patel served as the Chief of Staff to President Donald J. Trump's Department of Defense (DOD), where his responsibilities included implementing the Secretary's mission using our 3 million plus employees, operating a $740 billion budget, and $2 trillion in assets. Before joining the NSC, Mr. Patel served as the National Security Advisor and Senior Counsel for the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI), where he spearheaded the investigation into the Russian active measures campaign to influence the 2016 presidential election. Concurrently, he led congressional oversight of sensitive programs for the IC and U.S. Special Operations Forces and worked to enact legislation to fully fund the multi-billion-dollar budgets supporting intelligence and counterterrorism operations worldwide. Mr. Patel joined HPSCI following his tenure as a national security prosecutor at the Department of Justice (DOJ) under the Obama administration, where he led investigations spanning multiple theaters of conflict and oversaw the successful prosecution of criminals aligned with Al-Qa'ida, ISIS, and other terror groups. Find out more about Kash at: Help us fund lawsuits for all Americans who have been defamed and deplatformed by the media and big tech - https://fightwithkash.com/ The Plot Against The President - https://patpmovie.com/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/AmandaMilius The Nunes Memo: FISA Abuses at DoJ and the FBI - https://irp.fas.org/congress/2018_cr/nunes-memo.pdf Check out our YouTube Channel: Jeremyryanslatebiz See the Show Notes: www.jeremyryanslate.com/945 Sponsors: LinkedIn Jobs: Post your first job for free linkedin.com/cyol MyPillow: Use the promo code: CYOL to get up to 60% off https://www.mypillow.com/ Audible: Get a free 30 day free trial and 1 free audiobook from thousands of available books. Right now I'm reading "The Real Anthony Fauci" by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. www.jeremyryanslate.com/book  

Orar al canto del gallo
312: Solemnidad de la Natividad del Señor. 25/12/2021

Orar al canto del gallo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 5:29


Evangelio: Juan 1, 1-18: Al principio existía la Palabra, y la Palabra estaba junto a Dios, y la Palabra era Dios. Y la Palabra se hizo carne y habitó entre nosotros. Bendición: Mons. Robert F. Prevost, OSA, obispo de la diócesis de Chiclayo. Redacción: Armando Jesús Lovera Vásquez

Orar al canto del gallo
310: Feria especial de Adviento. 23/12/2021

Orar al canto del gallo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 4:22


Oración a cargo del CETPRO María Mazarello, desde Piura, Perú. Evangelio: Lucas 1, 57-66: Todos los que oían sobre Zacarías y su hijo Juan reflexionaban diciendo: ¿Qué va a ser este niño? porque la mano del Señor lo acompañaba» (Lucas 1, 57-66). Bendición: Mons. Robert F. Prevost, OSA, obispo de la diócesis de Chiclayo, Perú. Redacción: Prof. José Francisco Pérez Fernández.

Historiansplaining: A historian tells you why everything you know is wrong
History of the United States in 100 Objects -- 14: The Winthrop Alchemical Physician's Chair

Historiansplaining: A historian tells you why everything you know is wrong

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 43:25


--Wainscot great chair with turned and carved ornaments --Made of Oak, by unknown maker in New York or Connecticut, 1660-75 --Owned by John Winthrop, Jr.; held by Connecticut Historical Society How do the enigmatic designs on an oak chair belonging to the governor, doctor, and alchemist, John Winthrop, Jr., reflect the teeming underground world of mystical and esoteric thought in colonial southeastern New England? Suggested reading: Neil Kamil, "Fortress of the Soul"; John Brooke, "The Refiner's Fire"; William Woodward, "Prospero's America"; Robert F. Trent, review of “Fortress of the Soul,” in American Furniture, 2005. CORRECTION: This is the fourteenth, not fifteenth, installment in the series. Please support this podcast to hear all installments of History of the United States in 100 Objects -- https://www.patreon.com/user?u=5530632

The Joe Pags Show
Dem-Led Jan 6 Panel "Leaked" Text Messages to Attack Trump

The Joe Pags Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 115:00


It's Taco Tuesday!!! Robert F.Kennedy Jr Pt 2 on Fauci and Gregory Wrightstone on Biden blaming Climate Change for the recent tornadoes.

The Joe Pags Show
Robert F.Kennedy Jr Pt 2

The Joe Pags Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 15:39


Robert F.Kennedy Jr Pt 2 on Fauci

The Joe Pags Show
House Jan. 6 panel refers Mark Meadows for criminal prosecution

The Joe Pags Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 115:11


It's A Motown Monday!!! Robert F.Kennedy on vaccines- Fauci and what he says is the problem with both...plus Dr. Kuhlman on the stresses of the economy and on first responders.

The Joe Pags Show
Robert F.Kennedy interview

The Joe Pags Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 13:31


It's A Motown Monday!!! Robert F.Kennedy on vaccines- Fauci and what he says is the problem with both...

FedSoc Events
Federal Consent Decrees: Good Governance, an Expansion of Federal Power, or Both?

FedSoc Events

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 96:58


The 2021 National Lawyers Convention took place November 11-13, 2021 at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC. The topic of the conference was "Public and Private Power: Preserving Freedom or Preventing Harm?". This panel discussed "Federal Consent Decrees: Good Governance, an Expansion of Federal Power, or Both?"In a 1987 article entitled Why Hold Elections?, Professor Michael McConnell noted a trend that had been emerging since the 1970s: the use of consent decrees to settle federal lawsuits against state and local governments. These decrees are entered as judgements enforceable by contempt, but without full litigation. Nonetheless, these decrees often contain hundreds of requirements that dictate the policies, budgets, and personnel of local government agencies for years or even decades. Professor McConnell thus warned: "To the extent that consent decrees insulate today's policy decisions from review and modification by tomorrow's political processes, they violate the democratic structure of government. They should be repudiated before they become a common part of the legal landscape." In 2018, then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a memo noting that consent decrees "raise sensitive federalism concerns" and announcing a new set of policies governing (and limiting) DOJ’s use of consent decrees. In April 2021, Attorney General Garland repudiated the Sessions memo, stating that the "Department will return to the traditional process that allows the heads of litigating components to approve most settlement agreements, consent decrees, and the use of monitors in cases involving state and local governmental entities."This panel will explore the important topic of federal court consent decrees to settle claims against state and local governments. Panelists will explore the history of such decrees and the arguments for and against their use. Panelists will also discuss the dueling approaches to DOJ’s use of such decrees, as outlined in the Sessions and Garland memos.Featuring:Mr. Andrew McCarthy, Senior Fellow, National Review Institute; Contributing Editor, National ReviewMr. Jesse Panuccio, Partner, Boies Schiller Flexner LLP; Former Acting Associate Attorney General, U.S. Department of JusticeProf. Robert Percival, Robert F. Stanton Professor of Law; Director of the Environmental Law Program, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of LawMr. Benjamin S. Wolf, Former Legal Director and Institutional Reform Project Director, ACLU of IllinoisModerator: Hon. Elizabeth “Lisa” Branch, U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit

Orar al canto del gallo
291: Sábado de la primera semana de Adviento. 4/12/2021

Orar al canto del gallo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 5:12


Oración desde Iquitos, Perú. Evangelio: Mateo 9, 35–10, 1.6-8: Al ver Jesús a la multitud, sintió compasión de ellos, porque estaban cansados y abandonados, como ovejas que no tienen pastor. Entonces dijo a sus discípulos: «La cosecha es abundante, pero los trabajadores son pocos; rueguen, pues, al dueño de la cosecha que mande trabajadores a recogerla». Bendición: Monseñor Robert F. Prevost Martínez, agustino. Obispo de la diócesis de Chiclayo, Perú. Redacción: Hna. Análida Rojas Vargas, agustina misionera.

Orar al canto del gallo
284: Sábado de la trigesimocuarta semana del Tiempo Ordinario. 27/11/2021

Orar al canto del gallo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 10:50


Evangelio: Lucas 21, 34-36: «Dijo Jesús: "Estad, pues, despiertos en todo tiempo, pidiendo que podáis escapar de todo lo que está por suceder y manteneros en pie ante el Hijo del Hombre"». El evangelio de hoy nos exhorta a estar «despiertos», atentos a los últimos días, preparados para la llegada del Hijo del hombre, nuestro Señor Jesús. Él vendrá a juzgar a vivos y muertos, así lo profesamos en el credo. Pero su juicio es sobre el amor, porque él es amor... Y pide, que mientras esperamos su llegada, seamos testigos de su amor en el mundo. Un amor que se pone al servicio de los demás, un amor que se dirige hacia el otro, de modo especial, al que pasa necesidad. Bendición de Mons. Robert F. Prevost, obispo de la diócesis de Chiclayo, Perú. Hoy cerramos un año en el calendario litúrgico. Y hemos venido compartiendo «Orar al Canto del Gallo» todos los días desde el 17 de febrero, miércoles de Ceniza. Somos un grupo que seguimos a Jesús, la mayoría de sus miembros laicos. Y queremos compartir aquello que nos ilusiona, nos da esperanza y nos mueve: el evangelio de Jesús. Queridos amigos, gracias por estar ahí, por acogernos, nos encomendamos a vuestras oraciones. Y para cualquier sugerencia u observación podéis escribirnos a: oraralcantodelgallo@gmail.com

TV CONFIDENTIAL: A radio talk show about television
Marilyn Monroe, Dorothy Kilgallen, and JFK

TV CONFIDENTIAL: A radio talk show about television

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 22:41


TVC 560.1: Ed welcomes back Mark Shaw, investigative reporter, former criminal defense attorney and cable TV legal analyst, and the author of more than twenty-five books, including The Reporter Who Knew Too Much, a biography of Dorothy Kilgallen, the Pulitzer Prize-nominated newspaper columnist and panelist on What's My Line? whose mysterious death in November 1965 remains unsolved to this day. Mark's latest book, Collateral Damage: The Mysterious Deaths of Marilyn Monroe and Dorothy Kilgallen and The Ties That Bind Them to Robert Kennedy and the JFK Assassination, makes the argument that interconnected relationship between Kilgallen, film legend Marilyn Monroe, and President John F. Kennedy—and, specifically, the ambitions of Kennedy patriarch Joseph Kennedy and the war against the mob waged by Robert F. Kennedy in the early 1960s—ultimately led to each of their demises, all within forty months of each other. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle advertising/sponsorship requests for the podcast edition of our program. They're great to work with and will help you advertise on our show. Please email sales@advertisecast.com or click the link below to get started: https://www.advertisecast.com/TVConfidentialAradiotalkshowabout Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Beyond the Darkness
TCT: The JFK Assassination Dissected w/ Dr. Cyril Wecht

Beyond the Darkness

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 32:35


True Crime Tuesday presents The JFK Assassination Dissected with Forensic Pathologist Cyril Wecht Dr. Wecht is fearless about complaining about the phony-baloney Warren Commission Report, the absurdity of the president's autopsy, and the media malpractice and cover-up that persists even now when it comes to the coup d'etat that rocked the USA and the globe. Since President John F. Kennedy's 1963 murder in Dallas, medical examiner and lawyer Dr. Cyril Wecht was initially inclined to accept the official theory that one person alone was responsible for the crime. But as Wecht delved into the evidence with boundless curiosity and unprecedented access, he came to understand that America had, instead, suffered a coup d'etat at the hands of rogue elements within our own government. Nobody else has Wecht's up-close and personal experience in uncovering the facts behind this assassination - and now he's sharing it with the world.  Cyril H. Wecht M.D., J.D., is an internationally acclaimed forensic pathologist, attorney, and medical-legal consultant who has personally performed more than 21,000 autopsies and consulted on more than 41,000 death probes. Besides the JFK case, Wecht's expertise has been called upon in cases involving Senator Robert F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr., Elvis Presley, JonBenét Ramsey, Laci Peterson, and Kurt Cobain, the fatal stabbings of the family of Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald, the O.J. Simpson slayings, and the Waco Branch Davidian fire, among others. GET THE BOOK HERE: https://amzn.to/3HLqwHp See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Best of Coast to Coast AM
JFK Assassination - Best of Coast to Coast AM - 11/22/21

The Best of Coast to Coast AM

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 20:55


George Noory and author Dawna Kaufmann mark the 58th anniversary of the killing of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963, discuss her investigation with forensic pathologist Dr. Cyril Wecht who does not believe the official account that Kennedy was killed by a single gunman, as well as the inconsistencies in the story of the killing of Robert F. Kennedy by Sirhan Sirhan. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Orar al canto del gallo
268: Jueves de la trigesimosegunda semana del Tiempo Ordinario. 11/11/2021

Orar al canto del gallo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 4:53


Evangelio: Lucas 17 ,20-25: «Dijo Jesús a los fariseos que preguntaban cuándo iba a llegar el reino de Dios: "El reino de Dios no vendrá espectacularmente, ni anunciarán que está aquí o allí; porque, mirad, el reino de Dios está dentro de vosotros"». En el evangelio de hoy, Jesús responde a la inquietud de los fariseos de saber cuándo llegará el reino de Dios. Es una inquietud que también nosotros tenemos. Y Jesús nos lo dice claramente: «El reino de Dios está dentro de vosotros». No se trata pues, de algo que aparezca de forma espectacular, sino que se manifiesta en las cosas cotidianas de la vida, en las cosas sencillas y rutinarias. Bendición de Mons. Robert F. Prevost, obispo de la diócesis de Chiclayo, Perú. Redacción: Armando Jesús Lovera Vásquez

Interviews
Per Bylund: How Austrian Entrepreneurs Succeed

Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021


Successful entrepreneurs are Austrians, they just don't know it yet. This is a famous assertion from Dr. Per Bylund, and we dissect its meaning in the latest Economics For Business podcast. Key Takeaways and Actionable Insights Success starts from a deep understanding of subjective value (see Mises.org/E4B_143_PPT). What's the value of a successfully completed Google search? What's the value of the feeling of satisfaction that results from having cooked an excellent meal enjoyed by your family? What's the value of the PowerPoint template you utilized to make a well-received boardroom presentation that may boost your corporate career? Austrian entrepreneurs know not to ask the question in that form. First, value is not measurable; it's a feeling or experience in the mental domain. It may have great intensity, it may have long duration, but it can't be measured in dollars or with any other number. Yet the generation of customer value is the entrepreneur's goal. How can the goal be achieved when the understanding of value is so challenging and its measurement is impossible? This is the brilliant advantage of the Austrian entrepreneur. The customer learns what a value experience feels like. A customer can't describe the value they are seeking or what goods and services will deliver it. The value process is not one of demand and supply. As Ludwig von Mises understood, customers feel a sense of unease — “things could be better” — and begin to explore possible avenues to relieving their unease. Of course, this exploration takes place within a complex system of needs: individual and personal goals, family comfort and security, job success and economic status. Customers sort through possibilities with incomplete information and in the context of uncertainty. The gap between feeling unease and finding the best good or service to address it is large. They might try multiple potential solutions with varied cost/benefit profiles before they arrive at one that seems best, or better than alternatives. In other words, they learn: value is a learning process. The entrepreneur helps their customers to learn. The customer's value thinking is constrained: in the present, they can't imagine a solution that they haven't yet tried or that has not been available to them. The entrepreneur innovates around the constraint, by providing and communicating new means that the customer could utilize in the future. Entrepreneurs can't directly shape the customer's choice. It's a fallacy to believe that advertising or promotions or presentation of features and benefits can accomplish that. The customer's context is too complex for such a simple mechanism to work. The entrepreneur creates a tomorrow in which the customer will feel better off, and provides the means to facilitate the experience, a means for the customer to learn what a better tomorrow feels like. They meet customers in a market that doesn't yet exist. Austrian entrepreneurs have a unique value generation tool. The complexity of the customer's value system — all the components of value interacting and changing in time — can be simplified with the use of a key that Austrians call the hierarchy of values. Every individual has a set of goals or values they pursue in life. Some of these are more important than others — we call them the highest values. For example, people who engage in sport and athletic activities may have several values for doing so: for fitness and health, for social reasons, for self-improvement, and so on. One value may be the most important in their own individual hierarchy — for many people it is the sense of achievement. By improving their speed or time of running or bicycling, by winning a tournament or a league or playing on a winning team, the individual can experience a sense of personal achievement that is rare, valuable, and fulfilling. It is a commercially strong behavior to appeal to this highest value among customers. Nike does this for example with its “Just do it” appeal. To simply undertake the athletic activity is achievement: you've done something. And, of course, Nike wearables help the process of experiencing the highest value. All entrepreneurs can appeal to customers' highest values, and the Austrian entrepreneur has deeper insight into this action. Austrian humility is a success factor. So much of business success is projected as heroic implementation of superior strategy. Austrian entrepreneurs do not suffer from such hubris. They take a humble approach to business, understanding that the customer is often engaged in searching and learning without a clear outcome in mind, and that, therefore, the entrepreneurial business cannot be certain of any future results. Entrepreneurs humbly follow, letting the searching customer take the lead, and accepting the customer's terms of service. This is how entrepreneurs learn how to facilitate value — often from the harms they suffer from getting their value proposition out of alignment with the customer's preferences. If the value proposition is wrong, or the price is too high, or the convenience not to the customer's liking, then no transaction is made, and the entrepreneur must — humbly — adjust. The most successful entrepreneurs are able to maintain their attitude of humility at all points in the value cycle. Austrian entrepreneurs take the role of fitting in to the customer's value system. It's a flow, not a plan. Conventional business planning is anathema to Austrian entrepreneurs. The linear process of producing and selling to generate transactions with the goal of meeting a targeted volume or revenue in a fixed period of time is not appropriate for the humble, learning, exploring business of entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurial success stems not from good planning but from adaptively fitting in to the evolving value system we call the market — a system that is different for every individual customer, and into which many overlapping and competing entrepreneurial value propositions are also trying to fit. Planning is not a good tool for this purpose. Creativity, imagination, and adaptiveness are called for. The dynamic of learning from the customer and adjusting to changing signals calls for responsiveness not plans. The entrepreneurial journey with the customer is a flow, sometimes through white water. In this context, the Silicon Valley concept of pivoting is appropriate, although not quite as the West Coast gurus see it. Their pivot is a one-time major shift in direction, perhaps to a new business model when the original one proves inadequate. The Austrian pivot is continuous and flowing, adjusting the boat to the subtle and frequent signals sent by customers. Explore, Realize, Then Keep Exploring. We've talked in the past about an “explore and expand” model for entrepreneurial value generation. The entrepreneur co-explores various paths to value with the customer, and when one emerges as productive of significant value, the entrepreneur can expand the allocation of resources to that path and drive revenue growth, through selling more to the same customers, or recruiting new customers or both. Professor Bylund added some nuance to this: the entrepreneur never stops exploring. When an exploration results in substantial value realized, there remains a lot of further exploration to understand the value experience of the customer in greater depth and detail, and continuous monitoring of changes and adjustments in the customer's system and value network. The entrepreneur is continuously tested. The entrepreneurial ethic is an ethic of service; profit is a shared outcome of consumer and producer choices. Entrepreneurial firms are in business to serve customers. This principle may be appropriately expressed via mission statements and expressions of purpose; it remains the core of all entrepreneurship. Profit is an outcome of two collaborative choices: the exchange price the consumer is willing to pay for the value they anticipate receiving, and the choice of costs the entrepreneur considers proportionate to the value he or she expects to generate for the customer. There are many entrepreneurs in the market for resources bidding on costs at the same time, and so the individual entrepreneur's choices are conditioned by those made by others. Profits emerge from this system. Cash flow is a better indicator of the capacity of the entrepreneur's business model to convert resources into exchange value for customers (although not the artificial cash flows of engineered P&L's — rather, the true cash flow of the customer's eagerness to exchange for the newly produced offerings from the entrepreneur). There's a distinctly Austrian approach to entrepreneurial business. In a famous paper called "Inversions of Service-Dominant Logic," (see Mises.org/E4B_143_PDF) professors Stephen Vargo and Robert Lusch called for inverting “old enterprise economics or neoclassical economics” in favor of a new perspective. One of their proposals was an inversion of “entrepreneurship and the view that value creation is an unfolding, emergent process” to a position “superordinate to management”. Business schools, they stated, teach a management discipline rooted in the industrial revolution. There's an emphasis on centralized control and planning. Vargo and Lusch sought to replace this approach with value creation as “an emergent process within an ever-changing context, including ever-changing resources; it is, by necessity, an entrepreneurial process”. The distinctive Austrian entrepreneurship approach captures and expresses the emergent process, and provides entrepreneurs (and managers) with the tools and methods to help them shape thriving businesses as they discover new solutions to relieve customer unease. Additional Resources "Explore and Realize (and Keep Exploring): How Austrian Entrepreneurs Generate Value on the Path to Business Success" (PowerPoint): Mises.org/E4B_143_PPT "Inversions of Service-Dominant Logic" by Stephen L. Vargo and Robert F. Lusch (PDF): Mises.org/E4B_143_PDF

Mises Media
Per Bylund: How Austrian Entrepreneurs Succeed

Mises Media

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021


Successful entrepreneurs are Austrians, they just don't know it yet. This is a famous assertion from Dr. Per Bylund, and we dissect its meaning in the latest Economics For Business podcast. Key Takeaways and Actionable Insights Success starts from a deep understanding of subjective value (see Mises.org/E4B_143_PPT). What's the value of a successfully completed Google search? What's the value of the feeling of satisfaction that results from having cooked an excellent meal enjoyed by your family? What's the value of the PowerPoint template you utilized to make a well-received boardroom presentation that may boost your corporate career? Austrian entrepreneurs know not to ask the question in that form. First, value is not measurable; it's a feeling or experience in the mental domain. It may have great intensity, it may have long duration, but it can't be measured in dollars or with any other number. Yet the generation of customer value is the entrepreneur's goal. How can the goal be achieved when the understanding of value is so challenging and its measurement is impossible? This is the brilliant advantage of the Austrian entrepreneur. The customer learns what a value experience feels like. A customer can't describe the value they are seeking or what goods and services will deliver it. The value process is not one of demand and supply. As Ludwig von Mises understood, customers feel a sense of unease — “things could be better” — and begin to explore possible avenues to relieving their unease. Of course, this exploration takes place within a complex system of needs: individual and personal goals, family comfort and security, job success and economic status. Customers sort through possibilities with incomplete information and in the context of uncertainty. The gap between feeling unease and finding the best good or service to address it is large. They might try multiple potential solutions with varied cost/benefit profiles before they arrive at one that seems best, or better than alternatives. In other words, they learn: value is a learning process. The entrepreneur helps their customers to learn. The customer's value thinking is constrained: in the present, they can't imagine a solution that they haven't yet tried or that has not been available to them. The entrepreneur innovates around the constraint, by providing and communicating new means that the customer could utilize in the future. Entrepreneurs can't directly shape the customer's choice. It's a fallacy to believe that advertising or promotions or presentation of features and benefits can accomplish that. The customer's context is too complex for such a simple mechanism to work. The entrepreneur creates a tomorrow in which the customer will feel better off, and provides the means to facilitate the experience, a means for the customer to learn what a better tomorrow feels like. They meet customers in a market that doesn't yet exist. Austrian entrepreneurs have a unique value generation tool. The complexity of the customer's value system — all the components of value interacting and changing in time — can be simplified with the use of a key that Austrians call the hierarchy of values. Every individual has a set of goals or values they pursue in life. Some of these are more important than others — we call them the highest values. For example, people who engage in sport and athletic activities may have several values for doing so: for fitness and health, for social reasons, for self-improvement, and so on. One value may be the most important in their own individual hierarchy — for many people it is the sense of achievement. By improving their speed or time of running or bicycling, by winning a tournament or a league or playing on a winning team, the individual can experience a sense of personal achievement that is rare, valuable, and fulfilling. It is a commercially strong behavior to appeal to this highest value among customers. Nike does this for example with its “Just do it” appeal. To simply undertake the athletic activity is achievement: you've done something. And, of course, Nike wearables help the process of experiencing the highest value. All entrepreneurs can appeal to customers' highest values, and the Austrian entrepreneur has deeper insight into this action. Austrian humility is a success factor. So much of business success is projected as heroic implementation of superior strategy. Austrian entrepreneurs do not suffer from such hubris. They take a humble approach to business, understanding that the customer is often engaged in searching and learning without a clear outcome in mind, and that, therefore, the entrepreneurial business cannot be certain of any future results. Entrepreneurs humbly follow, letting the searching customer take the lead, and accepting the customer's terms of service. This is how entrepreneurs learn how to facilitate value — often from the harms they suffer from getting their value proposition out of alignment with the customer's preferences. If the value proposition is wrong, or the price is too high, or the convenience not to the customer's liking, then no transaction is made, and the entrepreneur must — humbly — adjust. The most successful entrepreneurs are able to maintain their attitude of humility at all points in the value cycle. Austrian entrepreneurs take the role of fitting in to the customer's value system. It's a flow, not a plan. Conventional business planning is anathema to Austrian entrepreneurs. The linear process of producing and selling to generate transactions with the goal of meeting a targeted volume or revenue in a fixed period of time is not appropriate for the humble, learning, exploring business of entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurial success stems not from good planning but from adaptively fitting in to the evolving value system we call the market — a system that is different for every individual customer, and into which many overlapping and competing entrepreneurial value propositions are also trying to fit. Planning is not a good tool for this purpose. Creativity, imagination, and adaptiveness are called for. The dynamic of learning from the customer and adjusting to changing signals calls for responsiveness not plans. The entrepreneurial journey with the customer is a flow, sometimes through white water. In this context, the Silicon Valley concept of pivoting is appropriate, although not quite as the West Coast gurus see it. Their pivot is a one-time major shift in direction, perhaps to a new business model when the original one proves inadequate. The Austrian pivot is continuous and flowing, adjusting the boat to the subtle and frequent signals sent by customers. Explore, Realize, Then Keep Exploring. We've talked in the past about an “explore and expand” model for entrepreneurial value generation. The entrepreneur co-explores various paths to value with the customer, and when one emerges as productive of significant value, the entrepreneur can expand the allocation of resources to that path and drive revenue growth, through selling more to the same customers, or recruiting new customers or both. Professor Bylund added some nuance to this: the entrepreneur never stops exploring. When an exploration results in substantial value realized, there remains a lot of further exploration to understand the value experience of the customer in greater depth and detail, and continuous monitoring of changes and adjustments in the customer's system and value network. The entrepreneur is continuously tested. The entrepreneurial ethic is an ethic of service; profit is a shared outcome of consumer and producer choices. Entrepreneurial firms are in business to serve customers. This principle may be appropriately expressed via mission statements and expressions of purpose; it remains the core of all entrepreneurship. Profit is an outcome of two collaborative choices: the exchange price the consumer is willing to pay for the value they anticipate receiving, and the choice of costs the entrepreneur considers proportionate to the value he or she expects to generate for the customer. There are many entrepreneurs in the market for resources bidding on costs at the same time, and so the individual entrepreneur's choices are conditioned by those made by others. Profits emerge from this system. Cash flow is a better indicator of the capacity of the entrepreneur's business model to convert resources into exchange value for customers (although not the artificial cash flows of engineered P&L's — rather, the true cash flow of the customer's eagerness to exchange for the newly produced offerings from the entrepreneur). There's a distinctly Austrian approach to entrepreneurial business. In a famous paper called "Inversions of Service-Dominant Logic," (see Mises.org/E4B_143_PDF) professors Stephen Vargo and Robert Lusch called for inverting “old enterprise economics or neoclassical economics” in favor of a new perspective. One of their proposals was an inversion of “entrepreneurship and the view that value creation is an unfolding, emergent process” to a position “superordinate to management”. Business schools, they stated, teach a management discipline rooted in the industrial revolution. There's an emphasis on centralized control and planning. Vargo and Lusch sought to replace this approach with value creation as “an emergent process within an ever-changing context, including ever-changing resources; it is, by necessity, an entrepreneurial process”. The distinctive Austrian entrepreneurship approach captures and expresses the emergent process, and provides entrepreneurs (and managers) with the tools and methods to help them shape thriving businesses as they discover new solutions to relieve customer unease. Additional Resources "Explore and Realize (and Keep Exploring): How Austrian Entrepreneurs Generate Value on the Path to Business Success" (PowerPoint): Mises.org/E4B_143_PPT "Inversions of Service-Dominant Logic" by Stephen L. Vargo and Robert F. Lusch (PDF): Mises.org/E4B_143_PDF

The Health Ranger Report
Situation Update, Oct 29, 2021 - You Were Born Into a PRISON... NOW is Humanity's Moment to Declare Universal FREEDOM!

The Health Ranger Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 96:19


0:00 Truman Show 3:58 France 6:19 Nationwide Strike 11:10 Brian A. Wilkins Interview 19:19 Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Interview 25:07 Shocking Discovery 37:11 Cryptocurrency 50:25 Hydroponics 53:25 Next Decade For more updates, visit: http://www.brighteon.com/channel/hrreport NaturalNews videos would not be possible without you, as always we remain passionately dedicated to our mission of educating people all over the world on the subject of natural healing remedies and personal liberty (food freedom, medical freedom, the freedom of speech, etc.). Together, we're helping create a better world, with more honest food labeling, reduced chemical contamination, the avoidance of toxic heavy metals and vastly increased scientific transparency. ▶️ Every dollar you spend at the Health Ranger Store goes toward helping us achieve important science and content goals for humanity: https://www.healthrangerstore.com/ ▶️ Sign Up For Our Newsletter: https://www.naturalnews.com/Readerregistration.html ▶️ Brighteon: https://www.brighteon.com/channels/hrreport ▶️ Join Our Social Network: https://brighteon.social/@HealthRanger ▶️ Check In Stock Products at: https://PrepWithMike.com

The Monsters That Made Us
The Wolf Man (1941)

The Monsters That Made Us

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2021 129:49


Grab a gun and some silver bullets (or a silver knife, or a stick with a silver handle) because its time for Universal's second foray into the world of lycanthropy! Join “The Invisible Dan” Colón and “Monster Mike” Manzi as they celebrate the 80th anniversary of The Wolf Man! They discuss the long road to stardom for Universal's ultimate sad boy, Lon Chaney Jr.; Curt Siodmak's genre-defining script; Robert F. Boyle's stunning art direction, the difference between a werewolf and a wolf man (if there is one); and, of course, the painstaking process of applying (and removing) Jack Pierce's iconic makeup. If you enjoy this episode, and want to support the show, check out our Patreon!

Orar al canto del gallo
252: Martes de la trigésima semana del Tiempo Ordinario. 26/10/2021

Orar al canto del gallo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 4:42


Evangelio: Lucas 13, 18-21: «En aquel tiempo, decía Jesús: "¿A qué se parece el reino de Dios? ¿A qué lo compararé? Se parece a un grano de mostaza que un hombre toma y siembra en su huerto; crece, se hace un arbusto y los pájaros anidan en sus ramas." Y añadió: "¿A qué compararé el reino de Dios? Se parece a la levadura que una mujer toma y mete en tres medidas de harina, hasta que todo fermenta"». El evangelio de hoy, nos invita a contemplar la acción del reino en las cosas cotidianas de la vida, en las cosas pequeñas, en las cosas sencillas, pues crece desde abajo, como la semilla que se siembra en el suelo, cuya presencia al principio no se nota, pero con el tiempo, al crecer, sirve hasta de nido para algunos pájaros. Lo mismo se puede decir de la levadura. Sola no hace nada, pero mezclada con la harina, sirve para fermentar la masa. Actúa desde dentro, y aunque al principio parezca perderse en medio de la harina, sin embargo, es la que da consistencia y sabor al pan. Bendición de Mons. Robert F. Prevost, obispo de la diócesis de Chiclayo, Perú. Redacción: Armando Jesús Lovera Vásquez

Nightside With Dan Rea
JFK Still Under Wraps (10 p.m.)

Nightside With Dan Rea

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 40:37


The Biden administration has decided to delay the publication of the U.S. government's secret file involving the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Two of JFK's nephews, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Patrick Kennedy, are outraged and say American citizens have a right to know, as does Tom Samoluk, Dan's guest. Tom is the former Deputy Director of the Assassination Records Review Board.

Valley Beit Midrash
Torah with the Way of the Land: The Legacy of German Judaism

Valley Beit Midrash

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 59:53


A virtual event presentation by Professor Paul Franks ABOUT THE EVENT: What is the legacy of German Judaism, and what can it still offer us today? German Judaism began with Moses Mendelssohn's controversial German translation of the Humash in 1783, and ended with the Nazi pogrom of November 1938. The best known slogan of the Torah-true wing of German Judaism is “Torah im derekh erets” (“Torah with the way of the land”). But this slogan is often misunderstood as nothing more than an educational philosophy that came in one flavor. In fact, it is an ideal of humanity articulated, in several competing versions, in the context of the quest for Jewish civil rights. The German-Jewish tradition raises vital questions that remain relevant today: What is the mission of Jews within civil society? What makes a Jewish community Jewish? What role should Jews play within the ongoing struggle for social justice and civil rights? ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Paul Franks is the Robert F. and Patricia Ross Weis Professor of Philosophy and Judaic Studies at Yale University. He was educated at Gateshead Yeshiva; Balliol College, Oxford; and Harvard University. Before arriving at Yale in 2011, he was the inaugural holder of the Jerahmiel S. and Carole S. Grafstein Chair in Jewish Philosophy at the University of Toronto. He has also taught at University of Michigan, Indiana University Bloomington, University of Notre Dame, and University of Chicago, and he has given shiurim at synagogues and Jewish community centers throughout Britain, Israel, and North America. Paul works at the intersection of the Jewish and German philosophical traditions, specializing in Kantian and post-Kantian metaphysics, epistemology, and philosophy of the humanities and social sciences. He is the translator and annotator, with Michael L. Morgan, of Franz Rosenzweig, Philosophical and Theological Writings (Hackett, 2000); and he is the author of All or Nothing: Systematicity, Transcendental Arguments, and Skepticism in German Idealism (Harvard, 2005), as well as over fifty academic articles. He is currently writing, with his collaborator Morgan, an ambitious survey that will reveal the dynamic interaction between Jewish philosophy and modern European philosophy from Luria to Levinas, and he is also working on a monograph on Kant's metaphysical and epistemological legacy. -- DONATE: www.bit.ly/1NmpbsP​​​​​​​ For podcasts of VBM lectures, GO HERE: www.valleybeitmidrash.org/learning-library/ www.facebook.com/valleybeitmi...​ Become a member today, starting at just $18 per month! Click the link to see our membership options: www.valleybeitmidrash.org/become-a-member/

Ultrarunning History
90: JFK 50 – America’s Oldest Ultra

Ultrarunning History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 27:57


By Davy Crockett In 1963, President John F. Kennedy unintentionally played a role that provided the spark to ignite interest for ultrarunning in America and elsewhere. The door was flung open for all who wanted to challenge themselves.  An unexpected 50-mile frenzy swept across America like a raging fire that dominated the newspapers for weeks. Tens of thousands of people attempted to hike 50 miles, both the old and the very young. Virtually unnoticed was a small club 50-mile event hiked by high school boys in Maryland, that eventually became America's oldest ultra: The JFK 50, founded by Buzz Sawyer. Help is needed to continue the Ultrarunning History Podcast and website. Please consider becoming a patron of ultrarunning history. Help to preserve this history by signing up to contribute a few dollars each month through Patreon. Visit https://ultrarunninghistory.com/member Kennedy's Push for Physical Fitness While running for president, Kennedy had campaigned with a goal to improve the nation's physical health, and once in office he made that a priority. He feared that the future generations would be spectators of sport rather than participants on the field of play because of their lack of physical fitness. In 1961 a “Fit as a Fiddle” newsreel was produced by Kennedy's Physical Fitness Program targeting youth to understand the importance of physical fitness. Also, that year, 200,000 copies of a song called “Chicken Fat” was distributed to all schools with the lyrics, “Nuts to the flabby guys! Go, you chicken fat, go away!” Fitness Test for Marines General David M. Shoup Back in 1908, President Theodore Roosevelt issued an executive order that every Marine captain and lieutenant should be able to hike 50 miles in 20 hours. In 1962 Kennedy discovered this order and asked his Marine Commandant, David M. Shoup (1904-1983), to find out how well his present-day officers could do with the 50-mile test. Shoup made it an order to his Marines. Twenty Marine officers were selected to take the test in mid-February 1963, at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. News Article Starts the Frenzy An Associated Press article published nationwide on February 5, 1963, shared the story of the 50-mile test. It received intense national attention. President Kennedy never directly challenged the American public to take the 50-mile challenge, but the article inspired many across the country, who were eager to test themselves too. The Public Starts Hiking 50 Miles Naïve, untrained, civilians, immediately decided to hit the road without much planning to undertake the challenge in the middle of the cold winter. On the very evening after the article was published, Lt. Colonel James W. Tuma, age 48 (1914-1990) from Michigan, stationed at Fort Huachuca, near Tucson, Arizona, immediately decided to start a 50-mile hike through the Sonoran desert. You would think, Tuma, who held a Ph.D. in physical education, would have more sense, but away he went. He hiked through the night, not sleeping. He said, "Everybody was nice along the way, wanting to give me a ride." The next morning, he finished his 50 miles with a sprint for a time of 13.5 hours and was credited as the very first one to finish 50-miles that the start of the nation-wide craze. Robert F. Kennedy's 50-mile Hike After his 50-mile hike, Ethel Kennedy helps RFK recover. On February 9th, four days after the story went public, Attorney General Robert F Kennedy decided to take the challenge himself and hike 50 miles. Without any specific training, Kennedy hiked away on the Chesapeake and Ohio (C&O) Canal towpath (the future home of the JFK 50) with his dog Brumis and some aids. After 25 miles, the group was ready to give up. But the press had caught wind of what Kennedy was doing, and a helicopter arrived soon after with photographers and journalists. So, Kennedy set off again. His last aide dropped out by 35 miles,

The Clarke County Democrat Podcast

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Pazik Performance Group
#255 - Daily MG - The Mundanity of Excellence by Daniel F. Chambliss - 1 of 6

Pazik Performance Group

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 5:18


Three places excellence does NOT come from: "1. Excellence is not the product of socially deviant personalities. 2. Excellence does not result from quantitative changes in behavior. 3. Excellence does not result from some special inner quality of the athlete. "Talent" is one common name for this quality; sometimes we talk of a "gift," or of "natural ability." - Robert F. Chambliss

Where Grace Abounds
"Serving God in Local Government" with Orlando, FL City Commissioner Robert F. Stuart

Where Grace Abounds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 37:14


In studio to discuss how God has called every Believer to their own unique ministry, Orlando, FL City Commissioner Robert F. Stuart likewise shares the part his family has played in helping him bring government and community together!

Orar al canto del gallo
236: Domingo de la vigesimoctava semana del Tiempo Ordinario. 10/10/2021

Orar al canto del gallo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 5:05


Oración a cargo de los niños de la catequesis del Colegio Antonio Raimondi, en Lima, Perú. Evangelio: Marcos 10, 17-30: «Y Jesús mirando alrededor dice a sus discípulos: "Hijos, ¡qué difícil les es entrar en el reino de Dios a los que ponen su confianza en el dinero!"». En el evangelio de hoy, el Señor nos llama a seguirle con total confianza, sin reservas ni seguridades ni compromisos que impidan seguirle. Nacemos para ser felices, y esa felicidad solo nos la puede dar el Señor, que mira a cada uno con cariño, y nos llama a vivir según el amor... , sin ataduras, sin cálculos... Ligeros de equipaje. Bendición de Mons. Robert F. Prevost, obispo de la diócesis de Chiclayo. Redacción: Armando Jesús Lovera Vásquez

پادکست جنایی آخرین شاهد
وارث (3) - شناور

پادکست جنایی آخرین شاهد

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2021 29:24


پوتین خونی، فرش خونی، کف آشپزخونه و حتی دیوارهای آشپزخونه خونی بود. خون از یه شکاف تو پارکت های کف آشپزخونه به زیر کف نفوذ کرده بود. یه چاقوی خونی و یه پارچه برزنتی هم تو اتاق نشیمن پیدا کردن. عکس یه نفر هم بود که همسایه های طبقه بالا به اسم رابرت دورست شناساییش کردن. صاحبخونه می گفت چنین کسی رو نمی شناسه، فقط می دونه یه نفر به اسم دورست یه سال پیش برای مستاجر کر و لالش خونه اجاره کرده اگر میخواید درباره لومینول بدونید اینجا رو کلیک کنید نویسنده و راوی: مهدی پورباقی مشاور هنری و دستیار تولید: امیرحسین همت یار موسیقی این قسمت رو از اینجا گوش کنید اگر این پادکست رو دوست دارید میتونید از اون حمایت کنید یا اسپانسر یکی از اپیزودها بشید منابع این اپیزود https://www.khou.com/article/news/crime/quiet-galveston-apartment-house-scene-of-notorious-crime/148688676 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Durst https://www.jfklibrary.org/learn/about-jfk/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_F._Kennedy https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_F._Kennedy https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ted_Kennedy

Orar al canto del gallo
234: Viernes de la vigesimoséptima semana del Tiempo Ordinario. 8/10/2021

Orar al canto del gallo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 5:08


Evangelio: Lucas 11, 15-26: «Habiendo Jesús expulsado un demonio, algunos de entre la muchedumbre decían: "Este expulsa a los demonios por el poder de Belzebul, el Príncipe de los demonios". Otros, para ponerlo a prueba, le exigían un signo que viniera del cielo". Jesús, que conocía sus pensamientos, les dijo: "Si yo expulso a los demonios con la fuerza de Dios, quiere decir que el Reino de Dios ha llegado a ustedes"». En el evangelio de hoy, Jesús dice a sus adversarios que si él echa demonios con el dedo de Dios, quiere decir que el reino de Dios ha llegado... Y esto lo dice, porque no reconocen la presencia de Dios en su obrar. Y es que el reino de Dios es así, solo es percibido por aquellos que acogen el poder salvador y misericordioso de Jesús. Bendición de Mons. Robert F. Prevost, obispo de la diócesis de Chiclayo, Perú. Redacción: Armando Jesús Lovera Vásquez

FUTURE FOSSILS
174 - Evan "Skytree" Snyder on Sound Design for A Robotic Built Wilderness

FUTURE FOSSILS

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 69:36


This week we're joined by robotics engineer, electronic music producer, and Future Fossils co-founder Evan “Skytree” Snyder — who has recently been asked to help design the sounds made by the next wave of Amazon warehouse robots. In this first part of our discussion, we explore the evolutionary and psychological considerations for designing human-compatible robot sounds, talk brilliant birds and their mimicry of people and machines, and riff on the manipulative utility of cuteness for both good and evil.In part two, available to Patreon supporters later this week, we talk about Evan's work to reconstruct the soundscapes of The Age of Dinosaurs, his experiments with using radioactive mineral samples to control modular synthesizers, and his reflections on the use of sound for deep-time communication with future humans and/or extraterrestrials…✨ Go Deeper• If you value this show and would like to see it thrive, support Future Fossils on Patreon and please leave a good review on Apple Podcasts! As a patron you get extra episodes each month, invites to our book club, and new writing, art, and music.• Meet great people and have equally great conversations in the Discord Server & Facebook Group.• Buy the books we talk about from the Future Fossils shop at Bookshop.org.• For when you'd rather listen to music, follow me and my listening recommendations on Spotify.✨ Related Reading• Set My Heart To Five by Simon Stephenson• Unfettered Journey by Gary Bengier• Alex & Ada by Jonathan Luna & Sarah Vaughn• The Age of Em: Work, Love, and Life when Robots Rule The Earth by Robin Hanson• “Smooth Operator: Tuning Robot Perception Through Artificial Movement Sound” by Frederic Anthony Robinson, Mari Velonaki, Oliver Bown• “The maintenance of vocal learning by gene–culture interaction: the cultural trap hypothesis” by Robert F. Lachlan and Peter J. B. Slater✨ Related Listening• FF 13 - Rupert Till on Ancient Audio & Future Ritual• FF 29 - Sara Huntley on Raising Robots Right• FF 53 - Evan Snyder on A Very Xeno Christmas!• FF 73 - Patricia Gray on BioMusic, The New Science of Our Musical Brains & Biosphere• FF 149 - Tada Hozumi, Dare Sohei, Naomi Most on Cultural Somatics & Ritual as Justice• FF 159 - Michael Dowd on Post Doom: Life After Accepting Climate Catastrophe✨ Music by Evan “Skytree” Snyder• “Telomere,” “Minas Gracia,” and “Sanitas” off Infraplanetary✨ Support the countless hours of research and production that go into Future Fossils• Venmo: @futurefossils• PayPal.me/michaelgarfield• Patreon: patreon.com//michaelgarfield• BTC: 1At2LQbkQmgDugkchkP6QkDJCvJ5rv3Jm• ETH: 0xfD2BC66586FA4FBA189992E9B0037CD5cb9673EF• NFTs: Rarible | Foundation | Voice (available to non-crypto users) Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/futurefossils. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Watching the Watchers with Robert Gruler Esq.
YouTube Bans Anti-Vax Videos and The Purge Continues in New York & The Vatican

Watching the Watchers with Robert Gruler Esq.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 41:39


YouTube announces a new policy that bans anti-vax videos. We review the YouTube blog post and the new vaccine misinformation policy. Meanwhile, America continues to see repercussions from vaccine mandates across the country (and the world). Biden & the Democrats sneak in a new vaccine compliance provision in their spending bill. And more!​

Breaking Distance
“On Race, Art and Everything In-Between” Featuring Christina Martin and Rashawn Davis

Breaking Distance

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 45:01


Breaking DistanceBeauty for Freedom (BFF), as an anti-trafficking organization, has always strived to connect communities and champion freedom via our global educational programming for survivors of human trafficking and at-risk youth along with our advocacy and awareness-raising campaigns. Throughout the COVID-19 Crisis, our team has been looking for ways to connect our ambassadors and artists to the global community by creating a project which could break the barriers of the insular lives we faced through the pandemic with quarantining and self-isolation while creating the possibility of uniting, connecting, sharing ideas, educating, and embracing our humanity through the arts and music. BFF launched Breaking Distance as a way to continue connecting with our global community while sharing critical topics affecting our world and inspiring conversations. Topics covered include global health, human trafficking, art, music and mental health and wellness. We want YOU to JOIN the MOVEMENT! Stay tuned for details on our website (www.beautyforfreedom.org) and social media pages  for podcast schedules, email us if you're a visual artist, activist, musician or influencer who would like to get involved at info@beautyforfreedom.org or send us DMs with podcast idea submissions. LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD AND CONNECT WITH OUR COMMUNITY!https://beautyforfreedom.org/ Follow Beauty for Freedom:InstagramTwitterFacebook  https://www.change.org/aboutMore about ChristinaChristina Martin is a Senior Campaigner at Change.org. Every day, she identifies new campaigns to support and works with petition starters to get in touch with their decision-makers. She had the privilege to serve on the Racial Justice Committee that was charged with allocating millions of dollars to racial justice organizations throughout the US.In 2020, Christina was asked to help create a new department at Change.org. She moved to San Francisco and began her work with a small team to start the Scaled Support program, which aimed to provide each person who started a petition with personalized text advice on their campaign. It has now grown to a team of over 20 people, and Christina has returned to the campaigns team to continue her previous work.While she was still in college, she interned for Change.org on a project called Change Politics. This program aimed to provide transparency and connection to those voting in the 2016 election.After completing her degree, she taught English as an Auxiliar de Conversación with the Council on International Educational Exchange.Christina graduated from Susquehanna University with a triple major in Political Science, Public Policy, and Spanish. At Susquehanna, she was the President of the Student Government. More about RashawnRashawn Davis is Racial Justice Fund Manager at Change.org, leading the organization's commitment to invest millions into the movement for Racial Justice and Black-led organizations. In 2018, he was appointed by Newark Mayor Ras J. Baraka to serve a two-year term as a Commissioner on Newark's Police Review Board. The board is charged with reviewing, auditing and recommending changes in police practices and policy for New Jersey's largest city. He was also named by Insider-NJ as one of New Jersey's 100 Most Influential Millennials. In 2014, Rashawn became the youngest person in the history of Newark to be certified and appear on a municipal election ballot at the age of 21. He led an insurgent campaign for a City Council seat representing the 80,000 people of the city's west ward. He has also previously worked at the Council of State Governments – Justice Center where he helped build the National Clean Slate Clearinghouse; An online resource dedicated to expanding access to record clearance for the more than 70 million Americans with a criminal record.Rashawn graduated from Georgetown University with a degree in Government. He earned a master's degree from New York University's Robert F. Wagner School. Change.Org Social MediaInstagramFacebook   

ACB Community
20210907 - People Of Vision - Week 14. - 130001.

ACB Community

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 59:21


# Hello ACB history buffs: We are now in Chapter 8 of People of Vision: A History of the American Council of the Blind, by James J. Megivern and Marjorie L. Megivern, copyright 2003 by the American Council of the Blind. This chapter will take about 3.5 hours to read. It covers 1968 through 1981, so we know many of the people who are mentioned in these pages. If you are one of the people mentioned, please plan to attend and talk with us about how it was. Tell us your story in less than five minutes so everyone may speak. Please read and be prepared to join in the discussion. Events happen rapidly in both ACB and NFB. See which chapters were dropped from NFB and which affiliated with ACB. Who were some of the people joining the ACB? In chapter 8 we learn about the deaths of Jacobus tenBroek, Helen Keller, Robert F. Kennedy, and Martin Luther King, all great thinkers, leaders, and diverse representatives of humanity.

Orar al canto del gallo
197: Miércoles de la vigesimosegunda semana del Tiempo Ordinario. 1/09/2021

Orar al canto del gallo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 5:04


Evangelio: Lucas 4, 38-44: «La gente lo andaba buscando; dieron con él e intentaban retenerlo para que no se les fuese. Pero él les dijo: "También a los otros pueblos tengo que anunciarles el reino de Dios, para eso me han enviado"». El evangelio de hoy nos cuenta que Jesús tiene poder, y con su poder sana a mucha gente. Y por eso mucha gente le sigue y le quiere retener para sí. Pero él no se deja retener. Su misión es sanar a todos, no solo a los de «nuestro pueblo», sino a los enfermos de todos los pueblos. Porque todos son pueblos de Dios. Todos somos hijos de un mismo Padre, Dios Padre, y todos vivimos en un mismo lugar, nuestra Casa Común, nuestra Tierra. Bendición de Mons. Robert F. Prevost, obispo de la diócesis de Chiclayo, Perú. Redacción: Armando Jesús Lovera Vásquez

The Update with Brandon Julien
The Update- August 27th

The Update with Brandon Julien

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 37:21


On The Update this Friday, city officials are evaluating the future of the Vessel at Hudson Yards after a string of suicides, the latest coming last month after a 14-year-old boy jumped- the fourth death in 2 1/2 years. At the R. Kelly sex-trafficking trial, a witness is saying that the R&B star once compared himself to rock legend Jerry Lee Louis, notorious for marrying his 13-year-old cousin decades ago. And the 16th time just may be the charm. Prosecutors for the first time are not opposing the release of Sirhan Sirhan, currently surving a life sentence for assassinating Senator Robert F. Kennedy in 1968. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brandon-julien/support

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com
Monday, August 30, 2021

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2021 23:40


DOCUMENTATION AND ADDITIONAL READING PART 1 (0:0 - 8:58): ────────────────── "A Breathtaking Amount of Authority" — Supreme Court Rules 6-3 to Strike Down President Biden's CDC Eviction Moratorium SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES Alabama Association of Realtors v. Department of Health and Human Services PART 2 (8:59 - 13:12): ────────────────── Constitutional Self-Government Is a Rare and Precious Civilizational Achievement — And it Is Fragile PART 3 (13:13 - 17:36): ────────────────── “I Don't Think Any Member of the Court is Living In Pluto or Something” — Justice Stephen Breyer Faces Pressure From Liberals to Retire NEW YORK TIMES (ADAM LIPTAK) Justice Breyer on Retirement and the Role of Politics at the Supreme Court PART 4 (17:37 - 23:40): ────────────────── Concept of Parole Holds Out the Opportunity of Release from Prison to Those Convicted of Certain Crimes Under Certain Circumstances — What About the Assassin of Robert F. Kennedy? NEW YORK TIMES (NICHOLAS BOGEL-BURROUGHS) Parole Board Recommends Release of Sirhan Sirhan, Robert F. Kennedy's Assassin

The John Rothmann Show Podcast
August 27, 2021: Should Sirhan Sirhan be released from prison?

The John Rothmann Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 19:41


A California parole board panel voted Friday in favor of Sirhan B. Sirhan's request for release from prison on parole, more than 50 years after he was arrested and convicted of the assassination of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, finding that he was no longer a threat to society, according to the state corrections department. The slaying of Kennedy (D-N.Y.), then a contender for the Democratic presidential nomination, probably changed the course of American history. But Sirhan's lawyer argued that was an irrelevant consideration for parole — that the criteria of rehabilitation, remorse and future dangerousness that are applied to all prisoners should also be applied to Sirhan, now 77. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KGO 810 Podcast
August 27, 2021: Should Sirhan Sirhan be released from prison?

KGO 810 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2021 19:41


A California parole board panel voted Friday in favor of Sirhan B. Sirhan's request for release from prison on parole, more than 50 years after he was arrested and convicted of the assassination of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, finding that he was no longer a threat to society, according to the state corrections department. The slaying of Kennedy (D-N.Y.), then a contender for the Democratic presidential nomination, probably changed the course of American history. But Sirhan's lawyer argued that was an irrelevant consideration for parole — that the criteria of rehabilitation, remorse and future dangerousness that are applied to all prisoners should also be applied to Sirhan, now 77. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - Dr. Cyril Wecht - Nationally Acclaimed Forensic Expert

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 41:28


Being an expert in Forensic Medicine, Dr. Wecht has frequently appeared on several nationally syndicated programs discussing various medicolegal and forensic scientific issues, including medical malpractice, drug abuse, the assassinations of both President John F. Kennedy and Senator Robert F. Kennedy, the death of Elvis Presley, the O.J. Simpson case, and the JonBenet Ramsey cases. His expertise has also been utilized in high profile cases involving Mary Jo Kopechne, Sunny von Bulow, Jean Harris, Dr. Jeffrey McDonald, the Waco Branch Davidian fire, and Vincent Foster. A comprehensive study of these cases are discussed from the perspective of Dr. Wecht's own professional involvement in his books, Cause of Death, Grave Secrets, and Who Killed JonBenet Ramsey? (All published by Dutton/Penguin). - www.cyrilwecht.com******************************************************************To listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv*** AND NOW ***The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.comThe ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewpaper.com

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network
Rob McConnell Interviews - Dr. Cyril Wecht - Nationally Acclaimed Forensic Expert

The 'X' Zone Broadcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 41:27


Being an expert in Forensic Medicine, Dr. Wecht has frequently appeared on several nationally syndicated programs discussing various medicolegal and forensic scientific issues, including medical malpractice, drug abuse, the assassinations of both President John F. Kennedy and Senator Robert F. Kennedy, the death of Elvis Presley, the O.J. Simpson case, and the JonBenet Ramsey cases. His expertise has also been utilized in high profile cases involving Mary Jo Kopechne, Sunny von Bulow, Jean Harris, Dr. Jeffrey McDonald, the Waco Branch Davidian fire, and Vincent Foster. A comprehensive study of these cases are discussed from the perspective of Dr. Wecht's own professional involvement in his books, Cause of Death, Grave Secrets, and Who Killed JonBenet Ramsey? (All published by Dutton/Penguin). - www.cyrilwecht.com ****************************************************************** To listen to all our XZBN shows, with our compliments go to: https://www.spreaker.com/user/xzoneradiotv *** AND NOW *** The ‘X' Zone TV Channel on SimulTV - www.simultv.com The ‘X' Chronicles Newspaper - www.xchroniclesnewpaper.com