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Albuquerque NOW!
Albuquerque NOW! Episode 018 Are EVs for Our Future

Albuquerque NOW!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 18:08


Albuquerque NOW! Conversation in a pizza and beer setting. Counter to the World's concerns about politics, COVID and returning to the critical task of living. Are Electro-Volt Vehicles finally a practical solution to the world's changing need for consuming products that are basic to our way of life? Rubin, an Albuquerque resident and recent graduate of the University of New Mexico, in psychology, joins me on this interesting and informative topic. Acknowledgments: Ozzy Osbourne, “I don't want to Change the World” Album: No More Tears, Label: Epic Records, Released: 1991, ABBA, "Dancing Queen" Album: Arrival Label: Polar; ‎Epic‎; ‎Atlantic Released: 1976

Austin Culture Club
Back to the Studio!

Austin Culture Club

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 51:31


Rubin, Keegan and Mary come together once again at Austin Public with Producer Julian to bring you another episode of Austin Culture Club. Topics, Jason's "THE PITCH", Mary's dating life?

Austin Culture Club
High Time for Culture

Austin Culture Club

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 60:05


This week on Austin Culture Club, Rubin, Mary and Keegan are at Austin Public with producer Julian for another classic cast episode of ACC. Keegan begins the show a little high, Rubin brings the rant back, and Jason seems to be burning out his fire on "THE PITCH".

New England Journal of Medicine Interviews
Assessing Bivalent Vaccines against Covid-19

New England Journal of Medicine Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 16:09 Very Popular


Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Assessing Bivalent Vaccines against Covid-19. N Engl J Med 2022;387:e37.

The Mixtape with Scott
S1E31: Interview with Rajeev Dehejia, Professor at NYU and Economist

The Mixtape with Scott

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 62:08


Background stuff about causal inference Josh Angrist once quipped (on my podcast!) that a paper he wishes he had written was written by his classmate, Bob LaLonde. It was LaLonde's job market paper, later published in the AER, that arguably helped bring to broader attention some of the empirical problems around causal inference within applied labor at the time. It was very ingenious too. LaLonde took a job trainings program conducted as an RCT, showed that the causal effect of the program was around $800-900, then dropped the experimental control group. He then pulled in six datasets from nationally representative surveys of Americans (3 from Current Population Survey, 3 from Panel Survey Income Dynamics). He reran the analysis with and without covariates adjustment. Not surprising to modern readers, the estimates were severely biased. Not only were the magnitudes off, most of the time the results showed a negative result. This is noteworthy mainly because of the RCT because the RCT established the ground truth of the trainings program — the truth was the program caused an average return of $800-900. So if using typical methods couldn't even get close to that — well, that's a problem. And they didn't, and one more spark of many sparks that lit the fuse that became the credibility revolution occurred. LaLonde's paper was published in 1986. Angrist would graduate in 1989 and take a job at Harvard where he'd meet Guido Imbens. During the time together at Harvard in the 1990s, Imbens and Angrist would meet with Don Rubin, the head of the stats department, and between the three of them, several breakthrough contributions to instrumental variables were born. Rajeev Dehejia Revisits LalondeIn the midst of this time were Angrist, Imbens and Rubin were all at Harvard, there was a young graduate student in the economics department named Rajeev Dehejia. Rubin and Imbens one semester co taught an innovative new class on causal inference and Rajeev was one of the students who took it that year. Together with his classmate, Sadek Wahba, the two students decided after the class concluded to not so much replicate Lalonde, but rather extend the analysis using the more up-to-date methods learned from Imbens and Rubin. They chose the propensity score and published two papers reevaluating the Lalonde data — one in 1999 JASA and one in 2002 Restat. The propensity score analysis ultimately did much better than what Lalonde's analysis had done. A lot of gains were made simply from recognizing the serious common support violations rampant in all six of those datasets. One value of the propensity score is, after all, the dimension reduction you get from taking for instance 10 variables and collapsing into one scalar (the propensity score). Once they did, they saw how bad the negative selection was. A huge number of people on the non experimental controls had propensity scores with so many zeroes after the decimal it was like the data was saying “these people in the CPS wouldn't appear in that treatment group in a million years!”That's how I knew of Dehejia for years — the author of two papers showing that propensity score analysis might have promise for program evaluation with deep negative selection baked into the data. I saw him as one of the earliest researchers in the broader credibility revolution trained by that next wave of people connected to Princeton Industrial Relations Section like Angrist as well as Imbens and Rubin who began reshaping our applied practices in paper after paper. So it is a great pleasure to introduce him to you this week in my podcast The Mixtape with Scott. Get full access to Scott's Substack at causalinf.substack.com/subscribe

Two Towns Over: An Urban Legends Podcast
Corner Cafe Gossip: Supposedly Spooky Short Stories

Two Towns Over: An Urban Legends Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 36:46


In light of the most wonderful time of the year, we read a few stories that are supposed to be spooky. Anyone who listens to this show knows that they are probably not. Also, be sure to check out Chuddle the Pod. A macabre podcast that Josh and Rubin guested on: https://linktr.ee/chuddle_the_pod

The Split Party Podcast
Episode 31B - Don't Look Back

The Split Party Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 176:40


Thuunur, 15th of Gracos, 301 YOD This is episode 31B, which follows Rubin, Tamacti, and Iris. The winds begin to change as soft whispers linger in the air. It appears something has followed the group into Iris' village. Join the Split Party today in our ever growing community: https://linktr.ee/splitparty (https://linktr.ee/splitparty) And remember... Never split the party! Music used in Episode 31B: Give these guys some support for their awesome scores! https://www.youtube.com/user/DigitalTracks4free (To the end of time - Ean Grimm) https://www.youtube.com/user/AdrianvonZiegler (Where Once Was a Heart - Adrian Von Ziegler) https://www.youtube.com/c/SwordCoastSoundscapes (Mists of Ravenloft - Sword Coast Soundscapes) https://www.youtube.com/user/AdrianvonZiegler (Haunted Corridor -Adrian Von Ziegler) https://www.youtube.com/user/AdrianvonZiegler (Harbinger of Death -Adrian Von Ziegler) https://www.youtube.com/user/AdrianvonZiegler (Tainted Heart - Adrian Von Ziegler) https://www.youtube.com/user/AdrianvonZiegler (Approaching Doom -Adrian Von Ziegler) https://www.youtube.com/user/AdrianvonZiegler (Reckoning -Adrian Von Ziegler) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c8-JgPzv7IQ&t=2s (Were Back to Fight - Alexander Hoff) *All music used in this episode have been given the approval by their original composers for commercial use* For business inquiries contact us at: thesplitpartypodcast@gmail.com

Mixtape: The Podcast
S1E31: Interview with Rajeev Dehejia, Professor at NYU and Economist

Mixtape: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 62:08


Background stuff about causal inference Josh Angrist once quipped (on my podcast!) that a paper he wishes he had written was written by his classmate, Bob LaLonde. It was LaLonde's job market paper, later published in the AER, that arguably helped bring to broader attention some of the empirical problems around causal inference within applied labor at the time. It was very ingenious too. LaLonde took a job trainings program conducted as an RCT, showed that the causal effect of the program was around $800-900, then dropped the experimental control group. He then pulled in six datasets from nationally representative surveys of Americans (3 from Current Population Survey, 3 from Panel Survey Income Dynamics). He reran the analysis with and without covariates adjustment. Not surprising to modern readers, the estimates were severely biased. Not only were the magnitudes off, most of the time the results showed a negative result. This is noteworthy mainly because of the RCT because the RCT established the ground truth of the trainings program — the truth was the program caused an average return of $800-900. So if using typical methods couldn't even get close to that — well, that's a problem. And they didn't, and one more spark of many sparks that lit the fuse that became the credibility revolution occurred. LaLonde's paper was published in 1986. Angrist would graduate in 1989 and take a job at Harvard where he'd meet Guido Imbens. During the time together at Harvard in the 1990s, Imbens and Angrist would meet with Don Rubin, the head of the stats department, and between the three of them, several breakthrough contributions to instrumental variables were born. Rajeev Dehejia Revisits LalondeIn the midst of this time were Angrist, Imbens and Rubin were all at Harvard, there was a young graduate student in the economics department named Rajeev Dehejia. Rubin and Imbens one semester co taught an innovative new class on causal inference and Rajeev was one of the students who took it that year. Together with his classmate, Sadek Wahba, the two students decided after the class concluded to not so much replicate Lalonde, but rather extend the analysis using the more up-to-date methods learned from Imbens and Rubin. They chose the propensity score and published two papers reevaluating the Lalonde data — one in 1999 JASA and one in 2002 Restat. The propensity score analysis ultimately did much better than what Lalonde's analysis had done. A lot of gains were made simply from recognizing the serious common support violations rampant in all six of those datasets. One value of the propensity score is, after all, the dimension reduction you get from taking for instance 10 variables and collapsing into one scalar (the propensity score). Once they did, they saw how bad the negative selection was. A huge number of people on the non experimental controls had propensity scores with so many zeroes after the decimal it was like the data was saying “these people in the CPS wouldn't appear in that treatment group in a million years!”That's how I knew of Dehejia for years — the author of two papers showing that propensity score analysis might have promise for program evaluation with deep negative selection baked into the data. I saw him as one of the earliest researchers in the broader credibility revolution trained by that next wave of people connected to Princeton Industrial Relations Section like Angrist as well as Imbens and Rubin who began reshaping our applied practices in paper after paper. So it is a great pleasure to introduce him to you this week in my podcast The Mixtape with Scott. Get full access to Scott's Substack at causalinf.substack.com/subscribe

Central Synagogue Podcast
ROSH HASHANAH SERMON: Rabbi Lisa Rubin - "In Times of Crisis"

Central Synagogue Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 20:09 Very Popular


Rosh Hashanah Sermon by Rabbi Lisa Rubin, "In Times of Crisis"September 26, 2022

SoloMoms! Talk
Better Health Through Ayurveda w/Sondra Rubin

SoloMoms! Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 31:08


Ayurveda is an ancient healing system that utilizes holistic methods to treat the mind, body and spirit. It has been practiced for thousands of years and is based on a belief that all living beings are interconnected. In this episode, Sondra Rubin talks about Ayurvedic practices that can help us maintain a healthy lifestyle and prevent diseases from developing in our bodies. She explains why all diets don't work for everyone and should address individual lifestyles. Ayurveda addresses the root cause of health issues rather than treating the symptoms alone. The aim is to restore balance within the body by removing toxins and restoring harmony in our internal systems. Check out section 23:00 for a simple tip to help ease headache symptoms Connect with Sondra: https://anuayurvedahealth.com/ (website) Instagram: @anuayurvedahealth Bio: Sondra Rubin is a Board Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner by NAMA (National Ayurvedic Medical Association Medical Board) and a Certified Ayurvedic Wellness Educator. She is a passionate healer, educator and has acquired her education from the Southern California University of Health Sciences. Sondra has an Ayurvedic Practice located in Henderson, Nevada called Anu Ayurveda Health Center In addition, she is the author of the book called “Ayurvedic Practitioners Resource Guide – A Mind Map Guide” to help Ayurvedic Practitioner students better understand Ayurveda. Website: https://www.solomoms-talk.com (www.solomoms-talk.com) Join our solo mom https://www.meetup.com/solo-moms-meetup-group/ (meetup group) https://calendly.com/joshuascoast/30min (Schedule) a one-on-one with me https://www.captivate.fm/signup?ref=jenniferfrancis1 (This podcast is hosted by Captivate, try it yourself for free.) This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podcorn - https://podcorn.com/privacy

The Beauty Biz™ Show
169 Dr. Iris Rubin | SEEN

The Beauty Biz™ Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 49:46 Very Popular


Listen to this episode to learn how shampoo affects the skin, how to protect your hair as it heals from stress, and how Dr. Iris Rubin got her beauty products into Ulta. "We believe that haircare is skincare." - Dr. Iris Rubin. Learn more about The Beauty Biz Show at http://www.loricrete.com/169

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis
Limiting Beliefs with Dr. Moreen Rubin

Recovery Bites with Karin Lewis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 45:27


In this episode, Karin welcomes Dr. Moreen Rubin, licensed clinical therapist, eating disorder and trauma specialist to the show for, “Limiting Beliefs”Join Karin and Dr. Mo for a conversation on how thoughts can create your identity, where our thoughts derive, creating new thought patterns, the difference between thoughts and beliefs, upgrading our core beliefs, values as an emotional state of being, finding meaning in our values, maladaptive coping strategies, how an eating disorder can “feel” like an identity, and much more. Dr. Moreen Rubin, also known as “Dr. Mo,” is a licensed clinical therapist out of Calabasas, California, who helps adolescents and adults heal from depression and anxiety, as well as eating disorders, addiction, and trauma. With a mission to support clients in facing fears, insecurities, self-doubt, shame, and judgement, Dr. Mo believes that compassion, empathy, and living life with purpose can free you from self-limiting thoughts, beliefs, and doubts. She has an extensive experience and skill set in using proven techniques that help with children and adults to better manage their manage stress levels and make better decisions for the long term. You can find Dr. Mo on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

The 'X' Zone Radio Show
Rob McConnell Interviews - GAIL RUBIN - A Certified Thanatologist and The Doyenne of Death

The 'X' Zone Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 48:00


Gail Rubin, Certified Thanatologist and The Doyenne of Death®, is a pioneering death educator who uses humor, funny films, and outside-the-box activities to teach about end-of-life topics. An award-winning speaker, she "knocked 'em dead" at TEDxABQ with her talk, “A Good Goodbye.” She's the author of three books on end-of-life issues: A Good Goodbye: Funeral Planning for Those Who Don't Plan to Die, Hail and Farewell: Cremation Ceremonies, Templates and Tips, and KICKING THE BUCKET LIST: 100 Downsizing and Organizing Things to Do Before You Die. In 2020, she will release second edition of A Good Goodbye and 30 Lessons from 30 Funerals in 30 Days. She's also an informed advocate for planning ahead, a Certified Funeral Celebrant, and the coordinator of the Before I Die New Mexico Festival.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 PodCASP
No Excuses with Aaron Blocher-Rubin

The PodCASP

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 60:34


ABR is the Founder and CEO of Arizona Autism United (AZA United). ABR is passionate about high-quality and family centered services. Along with our hosts, he discusses how high quality services are delivered and where some organization's practices fall short. Why Listen? ABR discusses: His history with AZA United Protecting access to care Individualization of services Empowering families ABA then and now His opinions on PE-backed companies in ABA Current issues in the field and solutions And more!

Enlightened World Network
Fear as Friend?: The Core Connection with Mira Rubin, Transformational Coach, Visionary, and Author

Enlightened World Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 36:55


Many of us rely on fear to motivate us to do a good job or prepare for "every" negative possibility. Let's have a look at whether there may be other more effective life strategies. Start your day with inspiration and musings on life and meaning Monday-Friday at 9AM Eastern with Mira Rubin on Facebook and Youtube @Enlightened World Network. Transformational coach, visionary, and author, Mira Rubin's Core Connection show on EWN (at 9 am ET each weekday) addresses timely and timeless issues related to life, meaning, and being. Tune in and join the community conversation. Visit Mira's website at https://www.yourcoreconnection.com/ **Click here to SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel with over 1000 videos: http://bit.ly/2KQp6PD Check out our website featuring over 150 lightworkers specializing in meditation, energy work and angel channeling Explore our videos, articles and meditations. https://enlightenedworld.online Sign Up For News from Enlightened World Online: https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/su/FBoFQef/web Link to EWN's disclaimer: https://enlightenedworld.online/disclaimer/ #soulwisdom #raiseyourvibration #awareness # #growth #raiseyourfrequency #wakeup #higherself

The TENNIS.com Podcast
Noah Rubin Talks His Career, The Different Paths to the Pro Game, & Creating a Media Platform

The TENNIS.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 53:10 Very Popular


Noah Rubin joins Kamau Murray for a chat about the ups and downs of his tennis career, and why there isn't just one path a life in the pro game. Rubin explains why he's stayed loyal to his home of New York, and what it was like for him & his father to claim the Wimbledon Boys Junior Title in 2014. The American also discusses the struggles of maintaining a living in life outside the Top 100, and why he decided to start his "Behind The Racquet" media platform. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Real People USA
Rubin Young Challenges Florida Republican District 25 Congressional South Broward Election Contest

Real People USA

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 23:56


Journal du Rock
Le Journal Du Rock - Stevie Nicks ; Weezer ; Neil Young, Rick Rubin et Jack White ; Les Smashing Pumpkins ; Shirley Manson et Garbage ; Roxy Music

Journal du Rock

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 3:48


La chanteuse de Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Nicks, dévoile un nouveau titre, une reprise de "For What It's Worth", écrit par Stephen Stills en 1966. Weezer poursuit sa série d'EP ‘'SZNZ'' avec cette fois-ci ‘'Autumn'', avec un premier titre a été dévoilé en live chez Jimmy Kimmel et s'intitule "What Happens After You". Au beau milieu du podcast ‘'Broken Record'' du producteur Rick Rubin, Neil Young est intervenu dans la conversation entre Rubin et Jack White. Les Smashing Pumpkins ont interprété leur nouveau titre "Empires" lors d'un concert au Metro à Chicago qui figurera sur le prochain album ‘'Atum'' qui sortira le 21 avril 2023. Garbage a annoncé un nouveau best-of intitulé ‘'Anthology'', qui couvrira la carrière complète du groupe le long de 35 titres sélectionnés qui arriveront le 28 octobre, a déclaré la chanteuse Shirley Manson dans un communiqué. La setlist de la tournée de retrouvailles de Roxy Music ( Bryan Ferry, Andy Mackay, Phil Manzanera et Paul Thompson) vient d'être partagée en ligne. --- Classic 21 vous informe des dernières actualités du rock, en Belgique et partout ailleurs. Le Journal du Rock, chaque jour à 7h30 et 18h30.

Strokecast
Use Robots and Ultrasound to Treat and Prevent Stroke

Strokecast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 61:03


To effectively treat stroke and prevent stroke, you need to know just what is literally happening in a patient's head. CT Scans and MRI scans are tools most of us are familiar with. Generally if you suspect a stroke is possible, you need these two scans done. There's another tool out there, too, that's cheaper, more portable, and involves no radiation. It's called Transcranial Doppler Ultrasound. It's a great complement to the other scans, and it can provide impressive insight to supplement the information from the radiologists. A skilled practitioner is a great complement to the care team. I first talked about this technology in my conversation with Dr. Aaron Stayman a few years back (Is my Brain Pregnant? Ultrasound and Stroke: Transcranial Doppler Ultrasound). It's fascinating stuff. The problem is that it does require a skilled technician or someone specifically trained in the technique. Despite the work of advocates like Dr. Stayman and Dr. Mar Rubin, there just aren't enough of those techs. Dr. Mark Hamilton of Nova Signal has a solution. His robotic machine automates the whole process, makes it faster, more reliable, and cheaper while giving more accurate results in a lot of scenarios. The Nova Signal solution has the potential to make this technology available to patients and medical practitioners around the world. Drs. Rubin and Hamilton join me in this episode to discuss the technology, the research, and the device itself. If you don't see the audio player below, visit http://Strokecast.com/TCD to listen to the conversation.   Click here for a machine-generated transcript Who are Drs. Rubin and Hamilton? Dr. Mark N. Rubin is a vascular neurologist and associate professor of neurology with the University of Tennessee Health Science Center Department of Neurology. He specializes in vascular neurology and is experienced in stroke and cerebrovascular disease, and an experienced sonographer and expert interpreter of carotid duplex ultrasound and transcranial Doppler ultrasonography. He received his medical degree from University of Illinois College of Medicine and completed his Adult Neurology residency and fellowships (Neurohospitalist and Vascular Neurology) at the Mayo Clinic. Robert Hamilton, Ph.D. is the Chief Scientific Officer and Co-Founder of NovaSignal. He is an accomplished entrepreneur, engineer, and clinical researcher with a passion for innovative technologies that allow for increased access to care. Robert, a biomedical engineer by training, is an expert in image/signal processing and machine learning, with extensive experience in cerebral blood flow, traumatic brain injury, stroke, and other neurological disorders. Robert co-founded NovaSignal based on technology he developed during his Ph.D. During his tenure at the company, Robert has supported the entire lifecycle of the NovaSignal autonomous ultrasound platform from idea to commercialization with regulatory clearances in the US, Europe, and Canada. Additionally, Robert has designed and completed several clinical trials supporting the use of the technology in different neurological conditions and has acted as principal investigator on federal grants and contracts totaling more than $25M from the Department of Defense, National Institutes of Health, and the National Science Foundation.  Finally, Robert has achieved greater than 100 citations of his work in peer-reviewed publications and conferences and holds over 50 patent assets related to the core technology developed during his PhD studies. TCD vs Traditional Ultrasound When most of us think of ultrasound in medicine, we think of the sonograms of developing children, where parents and doctors swear they can see a human being in those black and white lines. Personally, they seem more like those Magic Eye pictures from the 90s. Traditional ultrasound can also capture pictures of the heart, the blood vessels in the neck, and the condition of other organs in the body. It can be another way of getting a picture of the structures at play. And then you can frame those pictures or make them your Facebook profile picture. TCD is different. The goal is not to capture a picture of the structures of the brain. The goal instead is to understand blood flow through the brain. The technology helps practitioners understand the rate of flow, where there may be leaks or disruptions, if stuff is flowing with the blood that shouldn't, the direction of flow, and whether things are shunting (or crossing) between the veins and arteries that shouldn't. That shunting is at the core of the recent study Nova Signal was part of and that we talk about in this conversation. There are several reasons shunting can occur, but one of the most common is a PFO, or a hole in the heart. I talked in more detail about just what a PFO is in the last episode here: http://Strokecast.com/Anna TCD is a great technology for helping doctors understand the dynamic flow of blood in each individual patient. And it doesn't involve the dedicated rooms or radiation that might come with CT  or MRI Scans. NovaGuide™ 2 Intelligent Ultrasound The Nova Guide 2 Intelligent Ultrasound is the device we talked about in this conversation. While TCD is a great tool, it does take a while to get the scan just right, and we face a dearth of practitioners who are able to do it. The Nova Signal solution is simpler. It's small and automated. The device can orient itself and complete a scan much quicker than a human can. The research shows it's more accurate, too. It doesn't take up much space in a medical facility and can easily be brought from one patient to another. Plus, an operator can perform a lot more scans per hour or get back to other tasks more quickly. With hospitals perpetually understaffed these days, that speed makes a lot of financial sense. And since, in stroke, time is brain, it can make a lot of medical sense, too. Nova Signal vs Transthoracic Echocardiography The information about the presentation at the International Stroke conference is here: https://eventpilotadmin.com/web/page.php?page=IntHtml&project=ISC22&id=1176 This is the data we talked about a lot in the conversation. The Nova Signal device was significantly better at detecting the vein-artery shunts indicative of PFO and other conditions than the gold-standard  evaluation technique using Transthoracic Echocardiogram. This matters in stroke because when we talk about shunting in tests we're usually talking about very small bubbles. Outside of the test context we're usually talking about clots and other stuff sneaking across from veins to arteries, bypassing the body's filters. When they do that they can go to the brain and cause a stroke. Accurate detection of shunting allows physicians to make more appropriate treatment recommendations and decisions. Hack of the Week Cultivating a sense of gratitude, as unlikely as it may seem, is something that helps a lot of folks deal with the challenges pf post stroke life. Simply being alive means thing can get better. And being alive in the 21 century with the medical resources available is a huge asset to the community. Of course those medical resources are not evenly distributed within the US and around the world, but they exist, and that's a start. Develop a sense of purpose. After stroke, it can be hard to see a way forward, especially if you have severe disabilities. People who succeed in their recovery, or in their goals in general, typically have a pretty strong "Why?" driving them. Achieving their goals gets them closer to something important to them. In the dark times, when you find yourself feeling it's just not worth it, your why -- your sense of purpose can give you a reason to push through. We sometimes ask, "Why should I go on?" almost rhetorically to express or pain. For some folks, though, it can be an exercise to identify the things that matter to you. So ask yourself that question, but assume there is an answer. And write down everything that could be an answer. Cultivate the sense of purpose to get through the darkness. Links Where do we go from here? To learn more about Nova Signal and the research around TCD, visit http://NovaSignal.com Share this link with someone you know by giving them the link http://Strokecast.com/TCD Share a recent win (we all have them) at 321-5Stroke or by email Don't get best…get better.

Community Focus
Community Focus 9/21/22: Lori Rubin, Resource Development Director, Lakes Area Habitat for Humanity

Community Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 13:12


Our guest today was Lori Rubin, Resource Development Director, Lakes Area Habitat for Humanity.

Thriving Family Podcast
Episode 26: Fill Your Cup: The importance of alone time each day with psychotherapist Deb Rubin

Thriving Family Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 4:27


Fill your cup episode with B+T to remind you to take care of yourself first. Such an important reminder from therapist Deb Rubin (LCSW), who has been a Couple Therapist and Sexuality Specialist for over 15 years, on connecting with yourself alone each day for self care, and the reminder that you are enough. Subscribe so you don't miss Deb's interview on reconnecting with your partner after having kids. We're here for you! So please leave a review in the comments with topics that would be helpful to you and that you're interested in. Check out Deb's podcast: https://motherdaughterjourney.co/motherhood-uncut-podcast Follow Deb on IG: https://www.instagram.com/themotherdaughterjourney/ JOIN OUR MEMBERSHIP: https://www.calmparent.net/thriving-family-podcast-membership IG: https://www.instagram.com/thrivingfamilypodcast/?hl=en Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/thrivingfamilypodcast/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiqp1YF3rI909vsKko0G0zw LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/65412085/ CONTEST DETAILS! If you subscribe & leave a review of this podcast, you'll be entered to win a NOW Tone Therapy System by Solu (valued at $179 USD). No purchase or payment is necessary to enter, see the Terms and Conditions page of our site for more about the contest. NOW Tone Therapy System by Solu exclusive discount for our community: https://www.calmparent.net/now-tone-therapy-system-by-solu-yoga-for-your-mind. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/calm-parent/message

The Anxious Achiever
Gretchen Rubin on Expectations, Pillars of Habits, and Understanding Why You React the Way You Do

The Anxious Achiever

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 46:33 Very Popular


Before many others, podcast host and author Gretchen Rubin found a way to create her own brand, run a remote company, and think carefully about mental health and work. She shares a helpful framework for understanding how expectations shape your actions and reactions, whether you suffer from a diagnosable mental health condition or not. Host Morra Aarons-Mele speaks to Rubin about her writing, her career, and more.

New England Journal of Medicine Interviews
Can Vaccines Prevent Transmission of Covid-19?

New England Journal of Medicine Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 14:31 Very Popular


Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Can Vaccines Prevent Transmission of Covid-19? N Engl J Med 2022;387:e30.

The Ari Hoffman Show
Dave Rubin Addresses DeSantis Dinner "Scandal"

The Ari Hoffman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 9:47


Host of the Rubin Report, Dave Rubin joins Ari to talk about a recent hit-piece about Ron DeSantis in the New York Times and the life and record of the Florida Governor, which included a bizarre remark about Rubin having dinner at the governor's mansion

Long Shot Leaders with Michael Stein
How to take the leap and get what you really want in life with success leader Misha Rubin

Long Shot Leaders with Michael Stein

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 35:31


How to take the leap and get what you really want in life with success leader Misha Rubin Misha Rubin is CEO of Leap By Design and mastermind of The Career Leap method. He works with mid-career professionals, executives and leaders who are interested in initiating and implementing meaningful and intentional career changes and/or expanding their leadership impact.   Until not long ago he was a Partner at a Big Four management consulting & accounting firm, where he spent 15 fruitful years of his career. His corporate experience, personal quest for meaning and work with hundreds of professionals, birthed the The Career Leap method, a guided actionable inquiry that is structured for you to discover and pursue your next career move as well as expand your impact as a leader.   Born and raised in Ukraine, Misha is on the board of Worldwide Orphans (WWO), a non-profit that supports children at risk globally, and he recently setup up the first WWO Office in Ukraine.   Additionally, Misha is an adoptive parent of 3. He is a recorded artist; Are We Ready, an album of his original songs, was released in 2013 under the artist name Misha Lyuve.   More about him at https://MishaRubin.com

AZREIA Show
The Importance of Knowing Your Niche & Wholesaling Fire Damaged Deals w/ Elijah Rubin

AZREIA Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 47:08


Being a newbie, you must control the controllable. What does it mean? Tune in on today's episode with our special guest, Elijah Rubin a Phoenix, Arizona entrepreneur. AKA the “Fire Damage King” in the Arizona real estate market.   Elijah is the founder of Young Millionaire Society and owner of WIIN, LLC, a real estate consulting firm specializing in off-market properties acquired through probate, city violations, and fire, flood, or vandalism damage. In his 10 years in real estate, Elijah has completed over 400 transactions and sold over 300 million dollars worth of real estate. He is known as the “Fire Damage King” in the Arizona real estate market – a well-earned title. In this episode, Elijah talks about the importance of knowing your niche & wholesaling fire Damaged Deals”. Tune in and enjoy.    Key Takeaways:  1:50 Elijah and Mike Del Prete's back story was revealed! 4:21 Mindset switch to becoming an entrepreneur 5:27  Details bidding with Thomas Lewis 14:45 Importance of having strict guidelines for yourself. 15:40 Elijah's mind switches to start doing more deals. 16:39 Elijah marketing output. 17:15 Results on attending at AZREIA event. 19:09  Elijah made his first six figures by the age of 24. 21:30 As a newbie, what does it mean that you must control the controllable? 24:44The beginning of doing fire damage properties. 27:16 Why should fire damage properties? 33:35 Elijah fire damage evolution. 37:50 How important is Sales in business  38:41 Connect with Elijah https://www.firedamageprofits.com FB & IG @firedamageprofits https://www.firedamageprofits.com FB & IG @firedamageprofits ---- The Arizona Real Estate Investors Association provides its members the education, market information, support, and networking opportunities that will further the member's ability to successfully invest in Real Estate. Join AZREIA here. Is a Career in Real Estate Right For You? Take AZREIA's Real Estate Investing Entrepreneurial Self Assessment at  

Enlightened World Network
Letting Go of Being Right: The Core Connection with Mira Rubin, Life Coach and Mentor

Enlightened World Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 28:05


What might be available to us if we were to release our need to be right, to let go of asserting our world view and truly entertain perspectives that challenge our belief about what's so? Let's look at what might open up to us when we step outside our habitual ways of experiencing the world. Start your day with inspiration and musings on life and meaning Monday-Friday at 9AM Eastern with Mira Rubin on Facebook's Enlightened World Network. Tune in and join the community conversation. Visit Mira's website at https://www.yourcoreconnection.com/ Click here to SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel with over 1000 videos: http://bit.ly/2KQp6PD Check out our website featuring over 150 lightworkers specializing in meditation, energy work and angel channeling. Explore our videos, articles and meditations. https://enlightenedworld.online Sign Up For News from Enlightened World Online: https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/su/FBoFQef/web Link to EWN's disclaimer: https://enlightenedworld.online/disclaimer #lifelessons #wiseinsights #lightenergy #positive #manifestingabundance #spiritualenlightenment

The Mail-In Podcast
How Do You Manage Someone? Ft. Intern Calli Rubin

The Mail-In Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 59:56 Very Popular


The Mail-In is SO back with another special guest, Intern Calli Rubin. She and Brett Merriman are here to tackle your biggest problems and make you think with Shower Thoughts. Here's what we've got this week: - TikTok trends and life hacks we're following - I need new a new LinkedIn pic that screams professional but cool - How do you know it's time for a cross-country move? - Handling feelings for someone in the friend group when they're not reciprocated - Becoming a boss for the first time - Business casual travel recs - Shower Thoughts

What's in a Song
Singer Songwriter Jesse Rubin: Performance technique, his favorite chords and Creative PR

What's in a Song

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 112:56


Jesse Ruben is a Singer songwriter and a master performer.  In this episode, he shares performance techniques, how to connect with your audience, his favorite chords and advocating for yourself and finding innovative ways to get your music out there and so much more:Writing songs that people reach for, that effect their lives.What happens when your music is in service of the world.Taking the path you are offered and following it.Writing songs  that people needBeing a great live performer:Eye contactNever ever apologizeNever start a song overNever point out a mistakePractice your songs in the dark so you know them so well you can focus on the audienceMessing up can be one of your best moments on a stageHow harmonic rhythm and chord choices can highlight an important lyric or moment in your songMaj 6 chord, b7 chord and the 2 Major chord!http://jesseruben.comhttps://www.scarletkeys.comhttps://www.instagram.com/skeys2021/https://www.amazon.com/Craft-Songwriting-Music-Meaning-Emotion/dp/0876391927/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2PP55NU6E9ST6&keywords=the+craft+of+songwriting&qid=1659573139&sprefix=the+craft+of+songwritin%2Caps%2C153&sr=8-1Engineer: Peter Sykes https://www.petersykesmusic.comThe show's theme song "What's in a Song" was co-written with Otto GrossRecorded and performed by Otto Gross: @OttoGrossProduction (instagram)@OttoGrossMusic (Youtube, facebook, TikTok)https://biglink.to/ottogrossmusic

Austin Culture Club
Culture Club @ The JW

Austin Culture Club

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 60:34


On this episode of Austin Clture Club, Rubin, Keegan and Mary move the club to the fancy JW Hotel. Together they talk Austin Topics, whats going on with the gang, and of course, ex-producer Jason calls in for his segment, "THE PITCH"

New England Journal of Medicine Interviews
Developing Mucosal Immunity to Covid-19

New England Journal of Medicine Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 17:04 Very Popular


Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Developing Mucosal Immunity to Covid-19. N Engl J Med 2022;387:e29.

The Mixtape with Scott
S1E29: Interview with Noam Angrist, Co-founder and Director of Youth Impact

The Mixtape with Scott

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 63:00


From the earliest days of economics as a formal science, economists have been trying to understand the causes of the wealth of nations. In the field of development economics, the introduction of the randomized controlled trial has become an important tool in the broader toolbox of economists for trying to understand the many things that may cause the improvement of human welfare in lower income countries, too. This work has been ground breaking and recognized by the Nobel committee for its lasting importance. Like many others, I have been inspired by the development economists relentless effort to address poverty through rigorous causal inference and program evaluation. While most people know that randomization is an important ingredient in causal inference, what is not as widely known is the Stable Unit Treatment Value Assumption, or SUTVA for short. We know that randomized treatments can eliminate selection bias and thus allow us to use realized outcomes in place of potential outcome. SUTVA requires that the potential outcomes themselves be stable and unchanging when treatment assignments of other units change, which brings to mind complex problems with externalities between people and interference when designing experiments, but as Imbens and Rubin note in their 2015 book, SUTVA also requires that treatments not vary unknowingly across units. Such “hidden variation in treatment” can make causal interpretation difficult if not possible. But SUTVA also brings to mind the problems of external validity. When someone reading of a study's large gains in a field experiment, they might then decide to roll out such a program at large scale. Assume for simplicity constant treatment effects for a moment — can they expect the same thing to happen in their community what happened in this particular trial? They can insofar as they do not inadvertently change the treatment itself by unknowingly varying the inputs in important ways. If the RCT found large literacy gains using a particular type worker, but to bring it to scale, the policymaker foregoes using those same inputs, then it becomes a new empirical question as to whether the effect found in the lab will in fact scale, even with constant treatment effects. But we have known this for centuries. Concepts like production functions and cost functions directly speak to these very things. Successful policy requires evidence but also a set of skills that maybe aren't there when designing or evaluating an RCT. It requires both cognitive skill, and perhaps even moreso non cognitive skill, as often the economist then must wear both a scientist hat, a manager hat, and an entrepreneur hat. And not every economist has those skills, or maybe even is interested in venturing into the messy world of building socially impactful policy. But I have also been inspired by a small group of applied development economists like Noam Angrist, Co-founder and Executive Director of Youth Impact (formerly Young 1ove), and Paul Niehaus at GiveDirectly, who create organizations that try to bring effective programs to larger scale while simultaneously committing themselves to constant evaluation of themselves and their programs. Whether it's a trend or not, I don't know, but I have been intrigued. This week on The Mixtape with Scott, I have the pleasure of interviewing one of these economist entrepreneurs, Noam Angrist. Noam is, as I said, the co-founder and executive director of Youth Impact, a non-profit focused on improving the welfare of young people around the world through education and health programs. I met him for the first time several years ago because I noticed what he was doing and had done and wanted to introduce him to my students. So I wrote and asked him if he would be willing to be the de facto keynote speaker at a conference I was helping organize on causal inference. He graciously agreed and spoke with us about the organization he had helped found and the work they were doing in developing countries scaling rigorously evaluated interventions to reach thousands of youth around the world. I was very intrigued because of the blend of causal inference and economics with such creative entrepreneurial work. Given the explosive success of the credibility revolution at changing hearts and minds, I suppose it was only a matter of time before economist-entrepreneurs trained in that way of thinking would begin moving outside of academic departments and into other parts of the world. We have seen it with economists in tech. Noam Angrist is an example of the contemporary economist-entrepreneur who works closely with governments, academia and even commerce to bring the best of all things to help achieve the age-old quest of economics of improving the well being of humans alive today.In this interview, Noam and I talked about growing up in Massachusetts and the looking back serendipitous injury in high school that put him on a path to studying economics at MIT. He's since embarked on an original career as an economist where his competency as a leader, his creativity and curiosity as a scientist and his innate commitment to public service and community is shaping the type of work and the way that work is done at Youth Impact. I hope you enjoy this interview as much as I did. Please follow, subscribe and consider supporting The Mixtape with Scott!Scott's Substack is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. Get full access to Scott's Substack at causalinf.substack.com/subscribe

Mixtape: The Podcast
S1E29: Interview with Noam Angrist, Co-founder and Director of Youth Impact

Mixtape: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 63:00


From the earliest days of economics as a formal science, economists have been trying to understand the causes of the wealth of nations. In the field of development economics, the introduction of the randomized controlled trial has become an important tool in the broader toolbox of economists for trying to understand the many things that may cause the improvement of human welfare in lower income countries, too. This work has been ground breaking and recognized by the Nobel committee for its lasting importance. Like many others, I have been inspired by the development economists relentless effort to address poverty through rigorous causal inference and program evaluation. While most people know that randomization is an important ingredient in causal inference, what is not as widely known is the Stable Unit Treatment Value Assumption, or SUTVA for short. We know that randomized treatments can eliminate selection bias and thus allow us to use realized outcomes in place of potential outcome. SUTVA requires that the potential outcomes themselves be stable and unchanging when treatment assignments of other units change, which brings to mind complex problems with externalities between people and interference when designing experiments, but as Imbens and Rubin note in their 2015 book, SUTVA also requires that treatments not vary unknowingly across units. Such “hidden variation in treatment” can make causal interpretation difficult if not possible. But SUTVA also brings to mind the problems of external validity. When someone reading of a study's large gains in a field experiment, they might then decide to roll out such a program at large scale. Assume for simplicity constant treatment effects for a moment — can they expect the same thing to happen in their community what happened in this particular trial? They can insofar as they do not inadvertently change the treatment itself by unknowingly varying the inputs in important ways. If the RCT found large literacy gains using a particular type worker, but to bring it to scale, the policymaker foregoes using those same inputs, then it becomes a new empirical question as to whether the effect found in the lab will in fact scale, even with constant treatment effects. But we have known this for centuries. Concepts like production functions and cost functions directly speak to these very things. Successful policy requires evidence but also a set of skills that maybe aren't there when designing or evaluating an RCT. It requires both cognitive skill, and perhaps even moreso non cognitive skill, as often the economist then must wear both a scientist hat, a manager hat, and an entrepreneur hat. And not every economist has those skills, or maybe even is interested in venturing into the messy world of building socially impactful policy. But I have also been inspired by a small group of applied development economists like Noam Angrist, Co-founder and Executive Director of Youth Impact (formerly Young 1ove), and Paul Niehaus at GiveDirectly, who create organizations that try to bring effective programs to larger scale while simultaneously committing themselves to constant evaluation of themselves and their programs. Whether it's a trend or not, I don't know, but I have been intrigued. This week on The Mixtape with Scott, I have the pleasure of interviewing one of these economist entrepreneurs, Noam Angrist. Noam is, as I said, the co-founder and executive director of Youth Impact, a non-profit focused on improving the welfare of young people around the world through education and health programs. I met him for the first time several years ago because I noticed what he was doing and had done and wanted to introduce him to my students. So I wrote and asked him if he would be willing to be the de facto keynote speaker at a conference I was helping organize on causal inference. He graciously agreed and spoke with us about the organization he had helped found and the work they were doing in developing countries scaling rigorously evaluated interventions to reach thousands of youth around the world. I was very intrigued because of the blend of causal inference and economics with such creative entrepreneurial work. Given the explosive success of the credibility revolution at changing hearts and minds, I suppose it was only a matter of time before economist-entrepreneurs trained in that way of thinking would begin moving outside of academic departments and into other parts of the world. We have seen it with economists in tech. Noam Angrist is an example of the contemporary economist-entrepreneur who works closely with governments, academia and even commerce to bring the best of all things to help achieve the age-old quest of economics of improving the well being of humans alive today.In this interview, Noam and I talked about growing up in Massachusetts and the looking back serendipitous injury in high school that put him on a path to studying economics at MIT. He's since embarked on an original career as an economist where his competency as a leader, his creativity and curiosity as a scientist and his innate commitment to public service and community is shaping the type of work and the way that work is done at Youth Impact. I hope you enjoy this interview as much as I did. Please follow, subscribe and consider supporting The Mixtape with Scott!Scott's Substack is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. Get full access to Scott's Substack at causalinf.substack.com/subscribe

Two Towns Over: An Urban Legends Podcast
Corner Cafe Gossip: When Rubin's Away

Two Towns Over: An Urban Legends Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 32:38


They tried, you guys. They really did. Recorded on Labor Day weekend, while Rubin was still gone, Josh and Don had the best of intentions. They had the book out and everything. But a conversation about Assassin's Creed became a full blown tangent. They still try to be entertaining, and want you to know that the regularly scheduled programing would continue next week.

FM Mundo
Café Fm Mundo - Juan Carlos Rubin, Neuronas Espejo

FM Mundo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 14:08


Café Fm Mundo - Juan Carlos Rubin, Neuronas Espejo by FM Mundo 98.1

The Lorehounds: The Second Age
S01E03 - Adar

The Lorehounds: The Second Age

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 83:11 Very Popular


Episode Description: David and John discuss Tolkien's concept of “Canons of Literary Art'' and discuss how to measure if an adaptation runs true to its source. Then, they play a little catchup on some lore & context from Episodes 1 and 2 and answer a listener question before going in for a deep dive on the Island of Numenor! Sources Shippey, Tom. “Tolkien Book to Jackson Script: The Medium and the Message.” Swarthmore College, 16 Feb. 2010. Wikipedia contributors. “Cymatics.” Wikipedia, 20 Apr. 2022. Rubin, Mallory, and Joanna Robinson. “Crucial ‘Lord of the Rings' Moments to Revisit Before ‘Rings of Power.'” The Ringer, 27 Aug. 2022. Contact Us Deep lore questions, comments and/or thoughts to share? Send us an email at secondage@baldmove.com and we'll get back to you during the Lorecast episodes, which air each Monday during the season. Ad free versions of Bald Move podcasts can be yours by going to http://patreon.com/baldmove Find us on twitter @thelorehounds or join us for further discussion of all things Tolkien over on the Bald Move Discord server: https://discord.gg/baldmove The Lorehouds: History of the Second Age Podcast Series Prologue: Tolkien the man and the lands and people of Middle Earth (Jul 11, 2022) Ch. 1: History of Tolkien's writings and the rise of Númenor (Jul 18, 2022) Ch. 2: History of film, tv, and radio adaptations and the fall of Númenor (Jul 25, 2022) Ch. 3: Tolkien's academic career and a breakdown of the Elves (Aug 1, 2022) Ch. 4: Tolkien's influence on modern fantasy and the creation of the Rings (Aug 8, 2022) Ch. 5: Tolkien's wartime experience and The Last Alliance of Men and Elves (Aug 15, 2022) Ch. 6: Christopher Tolkien and the Aftermath of the war with Sauron (Aug 22, 2022) Epilogue: Listener Q&A - email us and/or post in the discord (Aug 29, 2022) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Two Towns Over: An Urban Legends Podcast
Episode 31: Slender Man 2-Better Call Saul Slenderman

Two Towns Over: An Urban Legends Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2022 88:35


It's been one year. 365 days 12 Months, 52 weeks, 525,600 minutes. And the boys are going back to where it all started. The OG episode. This time they discuss the deeper lore attached to Slender Man, discuss his fashion choices and ponder if cupcakes would be enough to save you. Also, Rubin gets the Captain Planet theme stuck in his head... So that's fun. OG Episode: https://twotownsover.podbean.com/e/two-towns-over-the-slender-man-stabbings/ Merch- https://two-towns-over-podcast.creator-spring.com Patreon: http://patreon.com/twotownsover Facebook: http://facebook.com/ttopod Audible link: http://audibletrial.com/ttopod

The Pivot Podcast
Michael Rubin: Bankrupt to Billionaire, Talks Fanatics, Reform Alliance, Meek Mill & More

The Pivot Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 57:19 Very Popular


Don't miss out on all the NFL action this week at DraftKings! Download the DraftKings Sportsbook app today! Sign-up using http://Dkng.co/pivot or through my promo code PIVOT. It's Week 1 and the NFL season is underway...our training camp tour series highlighted the players and teams around the league and we plan to continue bringing you top guests and impactful conversations. Today we get to share a major life PIVOT for a man with ties not to just all the sports leagues and athletes, but a man making a major impact in business and culture. Bankrupt to Billionaire, Michael Rubin, the CEO of Fanatics and CoFounder of The Reform Alliance, joins The Pivot to share his journey of success and the parallels of business and sports in what was more like a masterclass of finding success through living life. Opening his NYC apartment to the guys, Rubin hosted Fred, Ryan and Channing for a conversation covering business, relationships, sports, mistakes and failures of life and the important initiatives fueled by his passion to help others. Storying his youth and attributing his entrepreneurial skills to growing up fearless of taking chances and betting on himself, Rubin opens up on how although life looks glamorous now, it comes with a history of a lot of losses that are just as big as the wins. “I was a god awful student and I was a terrible athlete.” This self-awareness forced Michael to gravitate to the sport of business at eight years old. Referencing relationships as the most important aspect of life and business, Rubin stresses you can have all the talent in the world on one team but still not perform well and that's because the key is not only to have the best people but get the best to all work together and build as one. Rubin shares how Tom Brady recently spoke to his entire company about how to translate leadership into winning and the importance of consistency in running the same plays which leads to crossing the goal line and bigger wins. Rubin says at this level, it's not about money, it's about doing what you love and making an impact. Although, there is no shortage of good times and famous friends- the guys give Rubin crap about his infamous White Party, which has become the star studded social event of the year. Fueled by a desire to win and something he doesn't plan on stepping back from, Rubin continues to expand his reach through the relationships he has cultivated. Ryan jokes that the people Rubin is in constant contact with are household names to the rest of us from Robert Kraft to Meek Mill to Jay Z to Tom Brady to Lil Baby to anyone you can think of really. Of all the endeavors Rubin has been a part of, one of the most rewarding experiences has been starting the Reform Alliance to help expose the struggles faced by those within the Black Community and dedicated to helping individuals who have been oppressed by our justice system. FOLLOW THE PIVOT PODCAST: MERCH | https://pivotpodcast.com  YOUTUBE | https://www.youtube.com/thepivotpodcast INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thepivot TWITTER | https://twitter.com/thepivot TIKTOK | https://tiktok.com/@thepivot FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/thepivotpodcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership
174: Planting the Seeds of Change with your Nonprofit Board (Christal Cherry & Renee Rubin Ross)

Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 49:25 Very Popular


174: Planting the Seeds of Change with your Nonprofit Board (Christal Cherry & Renee Rubin Ross)SUMMARYDoes your nonprofit's leadership truly represent the diverse voice you serve? Why is it more important than ever to have equal representation at the board level? In episode # 174 of Your Path to Nonprofit Leadership, two talented nonprofit professionals have come together to collaborate on this important topic. Renee Rubin Ross and Christal Cherry share aspects from their DEIB training program and how nonprofits who commit to the process can strengthen the well-being of the entire organization. Renee and Christal discuss the knowledge gaps that exist between black and indigenous people of color and their white counterparts and what actions your board members can take once they recognize the differences that exist.ABOUT CHRISTALChristal M. Cherry, is a trained fundraiser with more than 22 years of nonprofit experience serving on executive teams, as a liaison with boards, and a confidant to the CEO/Executive Director. Christal has a passion to help transform board members into impactful leaders and touts fundraising as her ministry - the place where she feels she can make the biggest difference. Christal's mantra: Fundraising is not an F word. Christal founded and leads The Board Pro, a company that equips board members with the tools they need to effectively govern and help nonprofits to fulfill their missions, scale, and become change agents in their communities.ABOUT RENEEDr. Renee Rubin Ross is a recognized leader on board and organizational development and strategy and the founder of The Ross Collective, a consulting firm that designs and leads inclusive, participatory processes for social sector boards and staff. Committed to racial equity in the nonprofit sector, Dr. Ross guides leaders and organizations in strategic plans and governance processes that deepen social change, racial justice and community strength. In addition to her consulting work, Dr. Ross is the Director of the Cal State University East Bay Nonprofit Management Certificate program and teaches Strategic Planning and Board Development for the program.EPISODE TOPICS & RESOURCESCaste: The Origins of Our Discontents by Isabella WilkersonThe Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together by Heather McGheeLearn more about Renee and ChristalTake our Podcast Survey and let us know what you want to hear!

Eat Blog Talk | Megan Porta
339: How to Attract Potential Clients from your Blogging Community - Earn Additional Income from the Start with Dalya Rubin

Eat Blog Talk | Megan Porta

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 35:43


In episode 339, Dalya Rubin, creator of It's Raining Flour, teaches us how we can attract potential clients from the blogging community, helping other bloggers grow. This can in turn provide us with a rewarding additional source of income from the start of our blogging journey. Dalya runs a gluten-free blog and works as a recipe developer, food photographer and trained chef in New York City. She creates food content for brands and bloggers while exploring everything the Big Apple has to offer for foodie creators. Dalya is especially passionate about recipe development for other food bloggers and in this episode she shares how she markets her passion to generate additional revenue for her business. Find out how to market yourself, attract clients and what to focus on first to stop yourself from feeling discouraged.  - What are you really confident in or do you have a niche speciality? - Make sure you know who you are reaching out to. - Narrow down the search (i.e. look up recipes that you're interested in and approach the top bloggers ranking for it). - Have a contract and communicate regularly. - Be transparent when you do recipe development. Credit your sources. - When one door closes, another opens. Don't lose motivation. Connect with Dalya Rubin Website | Instagram

Wine Road: The Wine, When, and Where of Northern Sonoma County.
Bonus Episode: Wine Road at Grapefest 2022 & Marcy Visits Ron Rubin Winery

Wine Road: The Wine, When, and Where of Northern Sonoma County.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 14:49


Wine Road Podcast Bonus Episode Sponsored by Ron Rubin Winery Bonus Episode | Wine Road at Texas Grapefest 2022 & Marcy Visits Ron Rubin Winery Beth and Marcy will be representing Sonoma County Wine at The 36th Annual GrapeFest in Grapevine, Texas on September 15-18, 2022. Come say hello if you are in the area. Plus Marcy tells us all about her visit to Ron Rubin Winery during harvest. Wine of the Day: Ron Rubin Pinot Noir Book of the Day: The Grapes of Ralph by Ralph Steadman Podcast Sponsor: Ron Rubin Winery SHOW NOTES 0:44 Texas or Bust! Beth and Marcy are going to Grapevine, Texas as ambassadors for Sonoma County wine at the 36th Annual GrapeFest! September 15-18th, 2022. (not the 19th as Beth says!) Come say hello to us at GrapeFest we will be giving out Wine Road ear buds. 2:49 Details the tastings and events at GrapeFest in Grapevine, Texas –September 15th -18th! 4:56 American Airlines has a direct flight to Dallas so it's easy to visit Sonoma Wine Country. 5:30 Marcy tells us all about her visit to Ron Rubin Winery for Harvest! 8:02 Ron Rubin want to help wineries save lives with CPR through an innovative program he created that trains winery personnel in CPR and how to use a defibrillator. After the training Ron Rubin will cover the cost of a ZOLL AED PLUS defibrillator for each winery. For more details contact Ron via email at ron@ronrubinwinery.com or call 314-726-9630. 8:58 Currently there are over 280 wineries in the program and the goal is to have 400 wines trained by December 2023. 9:30 Ron Rubin Winey one of the few wineries that is a Certified B Corporation. 10:11 The Grapes of Ralph by Ralph Steadman was generously presented to me by Ron. 12:15 Do yourself a favor call the winery and order some Russian River Pinot Noir and Chardonnay! 12:34 ONE MORE THING—Wine and Food Affair tickets are now on sale! No Reservations needed this year! LINKS GrapeFest 2022 Ron Rubin Winery The Grapes of Ralph by Ralph Steadman Wine And Food Affair Credits:The Wine Road podcast is mixed and mastered at Threshold Studios Sebastopol, CA. http://thresholdstudios.info/

New England Journal of Medicine Interviews
Rolling Out New Covid-19 Vaccines

New England Journal of Medicine Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 20:47 Very Popular


Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Rolling Out New Covid-19 Vaccines. N Engl J Med 2022;387:e26.

This Much I Know - The Seedcamp Podcast
How to Make Employees Healthier, Happier, and More Productive, with Itxaso del Palacio & Sammy Rubin

This Much I Know - The Seedcamp Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 42:15


In the latest Seedcamp Deep Dive, Carlos is joined by Itxaso del Palacio, Partner at Notion Capital and Sammy Rubin, Co-founder of YuLife. Their discussion revolves around making employees healthier, happier, and more productive. Sammy shares his inspiration to build the world's first lifestyle insurance company to have personal well-being at its core. He also emphasizes why it is essential to enable companies to build a well-being culture and help employees live their best selves. Itxaso highlights why she backed Sammy and his co-founders and explains the difference between product-led and customer-centric businesses. She also emphasizes how YuLife's well-being challenges have been transformative for the Notion Capital team. Itxaso del Palacio - twitter.com/ItxasoLondon Sammy Rubin - twitter.com/SammyRubin Carlos Espinal - twitter.com/cee Notion Capital - notion.vc YuLife - yulife.com Seedcamp - seedcamp.com Further reading: Game Changers: The impact of hiring amazing people - and how to hire them by Notion Capital [https://www.notion.vc/resources/game-changers-the-impact-of-hiring-amazing-people-and-how-to-hire-them]

The Split Party Podcast
Episode 30B - Distant Voices

The Split Party Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 154:40


Thuunur, 15th of Gracos, 301 YOD This is episode 30B, which follows Rubin, Tamacti, and Iris. After the long awaited death of Iris' ex-husband. She struggles with what to do next, while Tamacti contacts his mother whom seems to have forgotten him. Join the Split Party today in our ever growing community: https://linktr.ee/splitparty (https://linktr.ee/splitparty) And remember... Never split the party! Music used in Episode 30B: Give these guys some support for their awesome scores! https://www.youtube.com/user/DigitalTracks4free (To the end of time - Ean Grimm) https://www.youtube.com/user/AdrianvonZiegler (Blackened Soul - Adrian Von Ziegler) https://www.youtube.com/c/SwordCoastSoundscapes (Mists of Ravenloft - Sword Coast Soundscapes) https://www.youtube.com/c/SwordCoastSoundscapes (Madam Eva's Tent - Sword Coast Soundscapes) https://www.youtube.com/user/AdrianvonZiegler (Grief -Adrian Von Ziegler) https://www.youtube.com/user/AdrianvonZiegler (Ceremonial Spell -Adrian Von Ziegler) https://www.youtube.com/user/AdrianvonZiegler (Oath - Adrian Von Ziegler) https://www.youtube.com/user/AdrianvonZiegler (Deathless -Adrian Von Ziegler) https://www.youtube.com/user/AdrianvonZiegler (Lord of Ashes -Adrian Von Ziegler) https://www.youtube.com/user/AdrianvonZiegler (Tainted Heart -Adrian Von Ziegler) *All music used in this episode have been given the approval by their original composers for commercial use* For business inquiries contact us at: thesplitpartypodcast@gmail.com

The Quidditas Factor
Changing The World wIth Ideas and Words with Steven Jay Rubin.

The Quidditas Factor

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 46:13


Steven Jay Rubin is the founder and president of Fast Carrier Pictures, Inc., a Los Angeles-based motion picture and television production company. He made his producing debut for Showtime in 2001 on the baseball comedy classic Bleacher Bums, starring Peter Riegert, Brad Garrett, Wayne Knight and Charles Durning. In 2002, for the Hallmark Channel, he produced the true World War II drama, Silent Night, starring Linda Hamilton, which was nominated for four Canadian television academy awards. Rubin was the executive producer of Archie's Final Project, a teen dramedy which starred David Carradine, Mariel Hemingway, Joe Mantegna, Nora Dunn, Tony Hale, Harry Shearer and amazing newcomer, Gabriel Sunday – a film that won 19 Best Picture awards around the world, including the Crystal Bear for Best Picture in its class at the 2009 Berlin Film Festival. Additionally, Rubin wrote, produced and directed the feature documentary, East L.A. Marine: The Untold True Story of Guy Gabaldon (Virgil Films). His upcoming film projects include a number of comedies he wrote with top television writer Billy Riback (Home Improvement, The Suite Life of Zach and Cody), including The Line Kings, about a group of rabid Star Wars fans determined to be the first to see the latest film in the series. He's also the executive producer of The Coolest Guy Movie Ever, a documentary produced and directed by Chris Espenen, that takes viewers to the locations where The Great Escape was shot in 1962, and which features one of the few interviews with Steve McQueen on record. Recognized around the world as an expert on the James Bond movies, Rubin previously wrote The James Bond Films: A Behind the Scenes History (Arlington House, 1981, Crown Publishers, 1983), and The Complete James Bond Movie Encyclopedia (Contemporary Books, 1990, 1995, McGraw Hill, 2003). His latest books include The Twilight Zone Encyclopedia (Chicago Review Press, 2017), and the upcoming children's picture book, The Cat Who Lived With Anne Frank (Penguin/Philomel, 2019), which he co-authored with David Lee Miller. Rubin also frequently writes for CinemaRetro magazine, where his cover stories have included heavily-researched behind-the-scenes studies of Rocky and The Bridge at Remagen. He recently interviewed actor Kirk Douglas for a retrospective look at the actor's favorite film, Lonely are the Brave. As a film historian, Rubin was nominated for Best Classic Commentary in 2004 by the DVD Exclusive Academy for his hosting work on the Special Edition DVD release of The Great Escape, a film he also covered in a documentary that debuted on Showtime in 1993. As a marketing executive, with a specialty in publicity and promotion, Rubin worked on the publicity campaigns for over 150 movies and television series. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Elisa, daughter Jaymie and son Darren.Support the show

The Pelvic Floor Project
54. Vulvovaginal hormone therapy with urologist Dr. Rachel Rubin

The Pelvic Floor Project

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 47:00


In this episode, I sit down with board-certified urologist and sexual medicine specialist, Dr. Rachel Rubin to discuss: GSM (genitourinary syndrome of menopause) Symptoms that bring a woman in to see a pelvic health physiotherapist that often go hand in hand with GSMWhy hormones are important and what happens during perimenopause/menopauseWhat a physical exam of the vulva may reveal Options for hormone therapy (creams, rings, tablets)Systemic vs. local hormone therapyThe fears around hormone therapyWhat the research says Reasons why it isn't easy to find answers Gaps in our health care systemPositive changes being seen An action plan for patient and practitioners listeningDr. Rachel Rubin is a board-certified urologist and sexual medicine specialist. She is an assistant clinical professor of Urology at Georgetown University and recently started her own private practice in the Washington DC region. She is one of only a handful of physicians fellowship trained in male and female sexual medicine. Dr. Rubin is a clinician, researcher, and vocal educator in the field of sexual medicine. She completed her medical and undergraduate training at Tufts University, her urology training at Georgetown University, and her fellowship training under Dr. Irwin Goldstein in San Diego. In addition to being education chair for the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health (ISSWSH), she also serves as an Associate Editor for the Journal Sexual Medicine Reviews.To find Dr. Rubin:InstagramTwitterwww.rachelrubinmd.comLinks mentioned:ISSWSH (International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health): https://www.isswsh.orgThanks for joining me! Here is where you can find more:my online course to walk you through pregnancy, birth prep and postpartum recovery: https://mommyberries.comWant more details on the small groups?Small GroupsFollow me on:InstagramFacebookYouTubeSupport the show

Grammar Girl Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing
Accent Hallucination. False Ranges. Thanks, Chris.

Grammar Girl Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 18:35 Very Popular


Your mind will be blown when you learn about accent hallucination. (Mine was!) And then we'll learn how to avoid false ranges.Transcript: https://grammar-girl.simplecast.com/episodes/accent-hallucination-false-rangesReferences for the Accent Hallucination segment by Valerie Fridland:Babel, M., & Russell, J. (2015). Expectations and speech intelligibility. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 137(5), 2823–2833. Bradlow, A. R., and Bent, T. (2008). Perceptual adaptation to non-nativeSpeech. Cognition 106(2), 707–729.Lev-Ari, S., & Keysar, B. (2010). Why don't we believe non-native speakers? the influence of accent on credibility. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 46(6), 1093-1096:Rubin, D.L. 1992. Nonlanguage factors affecting undergraduates' judgments of nonnative English-speaking teaching assistants. Res High Educ 33, 511–531 Vaughn C. R. (2019). Expectations about the source of a speaker's accent affect accent adaptation. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 145(5), 3218. References for the False Range segment by Rhiannon Root:Walsh, B. "Everything's Ranging." The Slot. https://www.theslot.com/range.html (accessed September 1, 2022).Grammar Monkeys (McLendon, L.). "Home, home on the range." Madam Grammar. May 20, 2010. https://madamgrammar.com/tag/false-range/ (accessed September 1, 2022).McIntyre, J. "Getting the range." You Don't Say. February 10, 2010. http://johnemcintyre.blogspot.com/2010/02/getting-range.html (accessed September 1, 2022)."Commas." The Chicago Manual of Style (Q&A), 17th edition. https://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/qanda/data/faq/topics/Commas/faq0062.html (accessed September 1, 2022).Corbett, P.B. "Everything from this to that." After Deadline: New York Times Blog. August 24, 2010. https://archive.nytimes.com/afterdeadline.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/08/24/everything-from-this-to-that/ (accessed September 1, 2022)."Appendix." SeaWorld. https://seaworld.org/animals/all-about/penguins/appendix/ (accessed September 1, 2022).| Subscribe to the newsletter for regular updates.| Watch my LinkedIn Learning writing course.| Peeve Wars card game. | Grammar Girl books. | HOST: Mignon Fogarty| VOICEMAIL: 833-214-GIRL (833-214-4475) or https://sayhi.chat/grammargirl| Grammar Girl is part of the Quick and Dirty Tips podcast network.| Theme music by Catherine Rannus at beautifulmusic.co.uk.| Grammar Girl Social Media Links:https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/podcastshttps://www.tiktok.com/@therealgrammargirlhttp://twitter.com/grammargirlhttp://facebook.com/grammargirlhttp://instagram.com/thegrammargirlhttps://www.linkedin.com/company/grammar-girl

Austin Culture Club
MUSIC, MEMORIES, AND PODCASTS

Austin Culture Club

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 78:10


This week on Austin Culture Club, Rubin and Producer Julian are joined in studio by the Music Memory Podcast, together we talk about growing up in Austin, and being hosts and making your own podcast. Jason also begins his new weekly segment, THE PITCH, where he gives us a few quick movie pitches to get our takes before he takes it to the big studios to get them greenlit!

Not Another
Ad Block: The Original Primal Animals (ft. Julia Lynn Rubin)

Not Another

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 48:55


This week on Not Another, Alex sits down with bi icon, Julia Lynn Rubin, who just released her 3rd novel, Primal Animals. It's sapphic, it's dark, it explores secret societies, and it takes place at summer camp which we all know is inherently queer in itself. Julia casts the Primal Animals series, talks Elizabeth Holmes and Michelle Carter, and dives into the drama of Euphoria BTS. Alex dissects the scammer scale of TV, the horror that is Neon Demon, and reveals her first lesbian summer camp experience. Listen up, babe. You don't want to miss this one. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Label Free:
A Girl with a Knife by Alina Rubin

Label Free: "To live your best life, live label free."

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 20:09


Happy Wednesday Friends! My next guest is breaking the mold for herself. Exactly what my show is all about! My guests are living examples of following your passion/calling! Please Welcome PREMIERE guest Alina Rubin!Alina Rubin is an IT professional and a mom, who, during the pandemic, used the time and energy saved on the commute to write her first book, an adventure of a nineteen-century woman surgeon. Writing became her passion, and her characters took her on a journey beyond her wildest dreams.Alina obtained a B.S. and M.S. in Business and Information Technology from DePaul University. She lives near Chicago with her husband and daughter. When not working or writing, she enjoys yoga, hiking, and traveling. A Girl with a Knife is her debut novel, the first book of the Hearts and Sails series available on from major online retailors and book shops.  It's been named a finalist of the Illinois Soon To Be Famous Author Manuscript Contest.  She also writes short stories, features about historical women, and personal and travel accounts on her A Girl On Adventure Blog. To learn more, head to the link below:https://alinarubinauthor.comSupport for Label Free Podcast is brought to you by ​MANSCAPED™​, who is the best in men's below-the-waist grooming.  ​ @MANSCAPED offers precision-engineered tools for your family jewels. They obsess over their technology developments to provide you the best tools for your grooming experience. MANSCAPED is trusted by over 2 million men worldwide! We have an exclusive offer for my listeners - 20% off + free shipping with the code: LABELFREE