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Studio 9 - Deutschlandfunk Kultur
Rhein, Loire, Po, Donau - Europas Flüsse im Ausnahmezustand

Studio 9 - Deutschlandfunk Kultur

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 4:28


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Beat Check with The Oregonian
Investigative editor Brad Schmidt talks data journalism

Beat Check with The Oregonian

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 25:08


Numbers – data – are vital to our understanding of our society. But they don't make sense in a vacuum. That's where reporters – and journalism come into play On the latest episode of Beat Check with The Oregonian, we chat with investigative editor Brad Schmidt. We talked about the past year of data-driven journalism Schmidt and others spearheaded – including detailed and illuminating stories on the use of roundup in parks, the number of marijuana stores per capita across the state and so many other topics. We also talked about another initiative designed to quiz readers on their knowledge of the news. Related reading: Data Points News Quiz Our journalism needs your support. Please become a subscriber today at OregonLive.com/subscribe  Subscribe to Beat Check anywhere you get your podcasts to listen to new episodes every Monday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
Family Camping, Murdered in their Sleep in Tent

Crime Stories with Nancy Grace

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 40:20


Tyler and Sarah Schmidt and their 6-year-old daughter, Lula, die after an assault inside their camping tent.  9-year-old Arlo Schmidt survives, running to another campsite for help.  Autopsies show the family members were shot, stabbed and strangled. Police say the man who killed the family was himself, camping nearby.  In fact, the campsite to which Schmidt ran, belonged to the killer's family.  His mother called 911.   Investigators say Anthony Sherwin of La Vista, Nebraska carried out the attack,  Police later found Sherwin's body with an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound. Sherwin's mother, Cecilia Sherwin, released a statement saying she and her family "refuse to believe the news" that their family member is a murderer.  Joining Nancy Grace Today: Adam Morehouse, one of Sarah Schmidt's three siblings, Gofundme.com/f/arlo-schmidt Kathryn Marsh - Special Victims Liaison for the State's Attorney's Office (Charles County, MD), Co-Founder: Right Response Consulting, "No Grey Zone" Podcast", RightResponseConsulting.com, Instagram/Twitter: @nogreyzoneRRC Dr. Jorey Krawczyn - Psychologist (Panama City Beach, FL), Adjunct Faculty with Saint Leo University; Research Consultant with Blue Wall Institute, Author: "Operation S.O.S. - Practical Recommendations to Help “Stop Officer Suicide”, bw-institute.com  Greg Smith - Special Deputy Sheriff, Johnson County Sheriff's Office (Kansas),  Executive Director of the Kelsey Smith Foundation, www.kelseysarmy.com  Dr. Michelle DuPre - Former Forensic Pathologist, Medical Examiner and Detective: Lexington County Sheriff's Department, Author: "Homicide Investigation Field Guide" & "Investigating Child Abuse Field Guide", Forensic Consultant, DMichelleDupreMD.com   REPORTER - Brian Tabick - Reporter, KCRG-TV9 (Iowa), kcrg.com, Twitter: @BrianTabick, Facebook: "Brian Tabick KCRG"  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Alles auf Aktien
Klartexter Schmidt über Deutschlands Abstieg und den Thelen-Fonds

Alles auf Aktien

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 142:02


In dieser Bonus-Folge von „Alles auf Aktien“ sprechen der Finanzjournalist Holger Zschäpitz und Tech-Ikone Philipp Klöckner mit Sven Schmidt, einem der streitbarsten politischen Köpfe des Landes und klügsten Kenner der hiesigen Startup-Szene. Er seziert die Probleme des Landes, nennt die Folgen des Fachkräftemangels oder der teuren Energie und schimpft über das Ende des 9-Euro-Tickets. Er erklärt die goldene Tech-Erfolgsformel und verrät, welche Tech-Aktien zurecht gefallen sind und welche vor einem Comeback stehen. Außerdem präsentiert er seine perönlichen Anlageflops und warum er kein Geld in Frank Thelens 10x DNA-Fonds stecken würde. Ein AAA-Gespräch in XXL-Format. Wir freuen uns an Feedback über aaa@welt.de. Disclaimer: Die im Podcast besprochenen Aktien und Fonds stellen keine spezifischen Kauf- oder Anlage-Empfehlungen dar. Die Moderatoren und der Verlag haften nicht für etwaige Verluste, die aufgrund der Umsetzung der Gedanken oder Ideen entstehen. Für alle, die noch mehr wissen wollen: Holger Zschäpitz können Sie jede Woche im Finanz- und Wirtschaftspodcast "Deffner&Zschäpitz" hören. Impressum: https://www.welt.de/services/article7893735/Impressum.html Datenschutz: https://www.welt.de/services/article157550705/Datenschutzerklaerung-WELT-DIGITAL.html

Deutsch mit Schmidt | Der Kanal für fortgeschrittene Deutschlerner ( B1 / B2 / C1 )

Wort 1: angreifen (Verb) – – – Wort 2: unausstehlich (Adjektiv) – – – --> https://www.deutschmitschmidt.de Für das komplette Transkript dieser Folge, inklusive einer Vokabelliste und exklusiver Arbeitsblätter besucht bitte: --> https://www.patreon.com/deutschmitschmidt Meine kostenlose Telegram-Gruppe: --> https://t.me/deutschmitschmidt Kennst du schon meine Taschenbücher? --> https://www.amazon.de/Sascha-Schmidt/e/B09C42SQG7 "Deutsch mit Schmidt" ist ein Podcast, der sich an fortgeschrittene Deutschlerner auf den GER-Stufen B1, B2 und C1 richtet. Hierbei geht es hauptsächlich um den Aufbau und die Erweiterung des deutschen Wortschatzes. In jeder Folge werden zwei neue Wörter präsentiert, die mit jeweils vier aussagekräftigen Beispielsätzen erklärt werden.

Beer & Nonsense
The Mysterious Story of Stephen Foster

Beer & Nonsense

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 48:17


Christian tells Thad the mysterious story of Stephen Foster. AKA, Craft Beer Con Man. AKA, The 1% A**hole. AKA, Boogieman of Beer. This guy was head brewer at 12 or more breweries in 10-12 years leaving many bankrupt breweries in his wake. Christian breaks down where the time line of this jerks work and the story is AMAZING. So, sit it back, crack a cold one & enjoy the podcast. PLEASE tell us your thoughts about this episode on our social media pages, DM us, or link to it all and email us at www.michianabeerreviewers.com Also link to our sponsors: South Bend Brew Werks / Studebaker Brewing Co. / E Brewing Co. CHEERS!  

Klug anlegen - Der Podcast zur Geldanlage mit Karl Matthäus Schmidt.
Folge 123: German Angst – gibt es sie wirklich und wie beeinflusst sie Anlegende?

Klug anlegen - Der Podcast zur Geldanlage mit Karl Matthäus Schmidt.

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 16:09


Den Deutschen wird für gewöhnlich ein gewisser Hang zur Angst nachgesagt – besser bekannt als sogenannte German Angst. Und so unberechtigt ist dieser Vorwurf wahrscheinlich auch gar nicht, da viele von uns tatsächlich oft eher das Risiko und weniger die Chance sehen, so z. B. auch an der Börse. Vielerorts blüht daher förmlich das Geschäft mit der Angst, nicht zuletzt auch, weil die Anzahl der Krisen enorm ist, wie zuletzt der Russland-Ukraine-Krieg mit infolgedessen höheren Energiepreisen und steigenden Inflationsraten. Wie berechtigt diese Ängste sind und wie man idealerweise irrationaler Panikmache entkommen kann, beantwortet Karl Matthäus Schmidt, Vorstandsvorsitzender der Quirin Privatbank AG und Gründer der digitalen Geldanlage quirion, in dieser Podcast-Folge. Dabei geht er u. a. auf folgende Fragen ein: • Der Begriff „Angst“ ist eher negativ besetzt, doch Angst kann auch positive Effekte haben. Wie bewertet Schmidt dieses Spannungsfeld? (1:18) • Wann hatte der CEO das letzte Mal Angst? (2:00) • Gibt es die berühmt-berüchtigte „German Angst“ wirklich – und wenn ja, wo liegen die Ursachen dafür? (2:30) • Gibt es noch weitere Einflüsse, die in der aktuellen Zeit dazukommen? (3:48) • Es heißt: „Jeder ist seines eigenen Glückes Schmied“. Ist daher in unserer Demokratie nicht jeder für sich selbst und damit auch für sein persönliches Angstbarometer verantwortlich? (5:08) • Wo liegt der entscheidende Unterschied zwischen tatsächlicher Bedrohung und irrationaler Panikmache? (6:55) • Kann es sein, dass es heute mehr Krisen als früher gibt? (8:00) • Es wird mehr über Krisen berichtet und dazu kommt noch die Filterblase aus den sozialen Medien, die den negativen Eindruck oftmals noch verstärkt. Wie könnte ein Ausweg aussehen? (10:19) • Was sagt der Hoffnungsindex aus? (11:29) • Gibt es das „Geschäft mit der Angst“ auch an der Börse? (12:06) • Welche Folgen haben diese Aspekte für die eigene Geldanlage? (13:00) • Was tut der CEO in diesem Sommer 2022, um seine Zuversicht inmitten der vielen schlechten Nachrichten nicht zu verlieren? (14:11) Anlegerinnen und Anleger sollten sich auf keinen Fall von aktuellen Nachrichten treiben und zu irgendwelchen Anlageentscheidungen hinreißen lassen – das gilt sowohl für negative als auch für positive Meldungen. Investitionen sollten unabhängig vom derzeitigen Geschehen und dem daraus resultierenden Auf und Ab an den Börsen getroffen werden. Andernfalls landet man beim berühmt-berüchtigten Market-Timing, also beim Versuch, die günstigsten Ein- und Ausstiegszeitpunkte abzupassen. Und das funktioniert letztlich nicht, sondern kostet auf lange Sicht immer nur Rendite, was auch zahlreiche wissenschaftliche Studien belegen. Das Expertenteam der Quirin Privatbank hat auch mehrere Studien mit nützlichen Hilfestellungen zum Thema Geldanlage entwickelt, schauen Sie hier: https://www.quirinprivatbank.de/studien. Über die größten Fehler an den Kapitalmärkten kann man nicht oft genug sprechen. Denn leider gibt es an der Börse gleich einige Fettnäpfchen, in die Anlegerinnen und Anleger treten können. In dieser Folge geht es um die Themen Börsentrends, „Falsches Timing“ und den alten Spruch „Hin und her macht Taschen leer.“ https://www.quirinprivatbank.de/podcast?episode=25 -----

BRF - Podcast
Brasserie: Anti-Terror-Stab OCAM nennt erstmals konkrete Bedrohungszahlen - Boris Schmidt

BRF - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022


BRF - Podcast
Aktuell: Justizminister will auf Alcatraz Gefängniswärter anwerben - Boris Schmidt

BRF - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022


Dharma Seed - dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction

(Clintonville Sangha Ohio) A daily practice to move out of the worries of your mind. This heart reset reminds you what's true verses what you fear. The heart perspective is quite different than the mind, and this meditation will connect you with this wisdom.

Author Hour with Rae Williams
Brand Primacy: Cory Schmidt

Author Hour with Rae Williams

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 17:06


If you want to promote and grow your brand, there's an SEO red carpet with your name on it. Believe it or not, Google has rolled that carpet out at your feet. All ... The post Brand Primacy: Cory Schmidt appeared first on Author Hour.

Dharma Seed - dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction

(Clintonville Sangha Ohio) This meditation will help you connect with what is here now that outlasts death. Once you know and feel this, you can use it as an orienting principle to feel more calm and relaxed no matter what happens in your life.

Dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction
Amita Schmidt: Ask Your Heart Meditation

Dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 9:25


(Clintonville Sangha Ohio) A daily practice to move out of the worries of your mind. This heart reset reminds you what's true verses what you fear. The heart perspective is quite different than the mind, and this meditation will connect you with this wisdom.

Dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction
Amita Schmidt: Beyond Death Meditation

Dharmaseed.org: dharma talks and meditation instruction

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 14:18


(Clintonville Sangha Ohio) This meditation will help you connect with what is here now that outlasts death. Once you know and feel this, you can use it as an orienting principle to feel more calm and relaxed no matter what happens in your life.

The James Perspective
CLIP: From Episode #648 - Hodes & Nauser v. Schmidt, Part IV

The James Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022


The Morning Crew discusses Hodes & Nauser v. Schmidt (abortion in Kansas). 

hr2 Doppelkopf
"Wir müssen etwas tun für den Wald, sonst fällt er um." | Jörg Schmidt hat die Waldakademie Hessen gegründet

hr2 Doppelkopf

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 52:16


Als Abenteurer hat er den Amazonas bereist, mit indigenen Völkern zusammengelebt, dann eine Ausbildung zum Manager absolviert, um sich schließlich 2014 einen Kindheits- und Lebenstraum zu erfüllen: Jörg Schmidt aus Gießen ist der Gründer und Leiter der Waldakademie Hessen. (Wdh. vom 01.03.2021)

The James Perspective
CLIP: From Episode #648 - Hodes & Nauser v. Schmidt, Part II

The James Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 24:04


The Morning Crew discusses Hodes & Nauser v. Schmidt (abortion in Kansas). 

The James Perspective
FULL EPISODE: #648 - The Morning Crew

The James Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 103:27


The Morning Crew discusses Hodes & Nauser v. Schmidt (abortion in Kansas. 

TSF - Visão de Jogo - Podcast
Espetacular Braga-Sporting a abrir o campeonato. Horta vai dar mais soluções a Schmidt.

TSF - Visão de Jogo - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022


The James Perspective
CLIP: From Episode #648 - Hodes & Nauser v. Schmidt, Part III

The James Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022


The Morning Crew discusses Hodes & Nauser v. Schmidt (abortion in Kansas). 

The James Perspective
CLIP: From Episode #648 - Hodes & Nauser v. Schmidt, Part I

The James Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022


The Morning Crew discusses Hodes & Nauser v. Schmidt (abortion in Kansas). 

Train Like You Listen
Ep.119 Leaders Assemble! Leadership in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with Gordon Schmidt & Sy Islam

Train Like You Listen

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 29:47


Of all the Marvel characters, who was the best leader? How did Thanos actually get people to follow him? And what transferable lessons from Marvel might you be able to take into your organization? Two authors of the book "Leaders Assemble! Leadership in the MCU" spend some time spelling this all out in this week's podcast.

Gill Athletics: Track and Field Connections
#167: Gregg Schmidt-University of Bridgeport

Gill Athletics: Track and Field Connections

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 104:16


We sit down with Gregg as he starts a brand new indoor/outdoor men's and women's track and field program at Bridgeport. We have a really hard conversation centered around bitterness, entitlement, and self-awareness. This week's episode will bring you more value than you can imagine and is guaranteed to help you personally and professionally. Thank you to Coach Schmidt for being so transparent, open, and authentic. Want to have an exploratory conversation about YOUR track equipment needs? Connect with us: Host Mike Cunningham on Twitter: @mikecunningham Email: sales@gillathletics.com Phone: 800-637-3090 Twitter: @GillAthletics Instagram: @GillAthletics1918 Facebook: facebook.com/gillathletics LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/gillathletics/

Vigilantes Radio Podcast
The Janet Schmidt Interview.

Vigilantes Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 35:01


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Opening Arguments
OA619: OK, Alex Jones's Lawyers REALLY Don't Know WTF They're Doing

Opening Arguments

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 72:08 Very Popular


This is... wow. Just wow. Jones's lawyers accidentally handed over his entire cell phone and didn't remedy it when they could have. Just staggering. Get Andrew's full breakdown of this glorious happening. Also, GOOD NEWS FROM KANSAS! The people of Kansas did a good thing. And Pat Cipollone was subpoenaed by the Justice Dept! All in all just a really good news episode. Links: Hodes & Nauser v. Schmidt, House Concurrent Resolution No. 5003, Justice Dept. Subpoenas Pat Cipollone, Justice Dept. Asking Witnesses About Trump, U.S. v. Nixon, Cassidy Hutchinson kept working for Donald Trump for 9 weeks, Jones video, Strickland v. Washington, 466 U.S. 668 (1984)

Qanon FAQ
Spirit of Hope with Jamie Schmidt and Peter Meyerhoff

Qanon FAQ

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 60:00


In this episode of MSOM, Sean Morgan reports on what's at stake for the patriots and deep state in Arizona, and Republicans shine a light on gain of function research.Next, musician Jamie Schmidt shares his story of combining worship music and international missions.Finally, Peter Meyerhoff shares his inspiring story of going from prisoner to millionaire with a mission.http://www.coastlandofficial.com/www.Petermeyerhoff.comhttps://americanmediaperiscope.com/amp/signupSave up to 66% off at https://MyPillow.com with AMP888RNCstore.com Use Promo Code AMP888https://GrillBlazer.com Save 10 Percent with AMP888Get Breaking News Updates: https://SeanMorganReport.comNearly 60% of Americans are concerned about running out of money.RECEIVE A FREE CONSULTATION & A FREE E-BOOK ABOUT ANNUITIEShttps://www.americanmediaperiscope.net/clevelandFREE OR PREMIUM MEMBERSHIP: https://bit.ly/3reDC7CGet a Free Gold Consultation: Call Dr. Kirk Elliott at +1 720-605-3900https://kirkelliottphd.com/morgan/BUY A SAT PHONE: https://bit.ly/3tHkWkIMyPatriotSupply: https://bit.ly/32OOD81www.AmericanMediaPeriscope.comSupport the show

Klug anlegen - Der Podcast zur Geldanlage mit Karl Matthäus Schmidt.
Folge 122: Börsen-Achterbahn 2022 – wird’s im zweiten Halbjahr besser?

Klug anlegen - Der Podcast zur Geldanlage mit Karl Matthäus Schmidt.

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 20:51


Rund um den Globus geht es heiß her an den Finanzmärkten! Binnen kurzer Zeit gab es gleich mehrere Börsenkrisen: erst der Corona-Absturz im Frühjahr 2020, dann der Russland-Ukraine-Krieg im Februar 2022 und nun auch noch die Zinswende begleitet von hohen Inflationsraten. Infolgedessen sind viele Anlegerinnen und Anleger stark verunsichert und können nicht ganz abschätzen, was jetzt zu tun ist. Karl Matthäus Schmidt, Vorstandsvorsitzender der Quirin Privatbank AG und Gründer der digitalen Geldanlage quirion, gibt in dieser Podcast-Folge eine Einschätzung zur aktuellen Situation an den Kapitalmärkten und geht dabei u. a. auf folgende Fragen ein: • Gab es eine ähnlich enge Abfolge von Börsenkrisen mit solch unterschiedlichen Ursachen in so kurzer Zeit schon einmal? (1:15) • Die Aktienkurse sind in den vergangenen Wochen deutlich gefallen, aber sind die Bewertungen jetzt auch günstiger? Wie sehen die Gewinnerwartungen der Unternehmen aus? (2:06) • Können die Unternehmen diese Gewinnerwartungen auch erfüllen? (3:43) • Gab es zuletzt Branchen, die es besonders hart getroffen hat – und auf der anderen Seite Sektoren, die sich halbwegs ordentlich gehalten haben? (4:32) • Aktien gelten als guter Inflationsschutz. Warum hat das im ersten Halbjahr nicht gut funktioniert? (6:09)# • Anleihen waren lange Zeit der Sicherheitsanker in vielen Portfolios. Macht es vor dem Hintergrund der hohen Inflation und des nach wie vor niedrigen Zinsniveaus noch Sinn, in Anleihen zu investieren? (7:33) • Die hohen Teuerungsraten führen zu großer Verunsicherung. Werden die Notenbanken die Inflation in den Griff bekommen? (8:43) • Der Wirtschaftsraum Asien-Pazifik hat sich seit Jahresanfang im Vergleich zu Europa oder den USA recht stabil gehalten. Wie attraktiv sind Investitionen in Schwellenländer? (11:01) • Ist der Russland-Ukraine-Krieg auch ein Grund dafür, dass der Euro zum Dollar auf die Parität gefallen ist? (12:45) • Wird der niedrige Euro für noch mehr Inflation in Deutschland sorgen? (13:53) • Bleibt Gold eine wichtige Beimischung im Portfolio? (14:44) • Wie läuft es mit den Krypto-Währungen nach dem Crash? (15:56) • Wie sollte ein gut strukturiertes Depot im Börsensommer 2022 aussehen? (16:48) • Kauft der CEO jetzt, wenn die Kurse im Keller sind, mehr ETFs als beispielsweise im letzten Sommer? (18:06) Seien Sie bei unserer nächsten Anlegersprechstunde Quirin Live am 9. August 2022 um 17 Uhr dabei. Es geht um den Kurswechsel der EZB und wie der Zinsanstieg auf Aktien, Anleihen, den ohnehin schwachen Euro und die Konjunkturentwicklung wirkt. Jetzt kostenlos anmelden: https://www.quirinprivatbank.de/quirinlive/quirinlive-termine/quirin-live-09082022 Die Lieferketten sind noch immer gestört, die Inflation ist auf Höchstständen – und gleichzeitig sehen wir eine deutliche Straffung der Geldpolitik. Daneben gibt die politische Lage rund um den Globus anhaltend Grund zur Sorge. Und so mehren sich die Ängste vor einer Rezession, die aus Sicht mancher Börsianerinnen und Börsianer gar in einer Stagflation enden könnten. Ob man dennoch – oder vielleicht gerade deshalb – an den Aktienmärkten investieren sollte, beleuchten wir in dieser Podcast-Folge: Drohende Rezession – jetzt trotzdem an der Börse investieren? https://www.quirinprivatbank.de/podcast?episode=117 -----

Beer & Nonsense
SUMMER TIME

Beer & Nonsense

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 35:16


Christian & Thad took up a booth at South Bend Brew Werks on a HOT summer day. They tell you about some of their favorite summer time activities. Go visit our sponsors Like Brew Werks, Studebaker Brewing Co. & check out E Brewing Co. at fest all summer around Northern Indiana. Do you want quick access to them and mor mBR? Just go to www.michianabeerreviewers.com CHEERS! 

No Spoiler Reviews
091 Instant Reaction - Nope (Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, Steven Yeun, Michael Wincott, Brandon Perea, Wrenn Schmidt, Barbie Ferreira, Keith David)

No Spoiler Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 4:09


Can Jordan Peele make it three hit movies in row? Join No Spoiler Reviews' Mark Esper as he finds out in the latest instant reaction podcast after seeing Nope with Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer and Michael Wincott.No Spoiler Reviews - Instant reviews with the surprises left in.= = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = =LISTEN NOW on:SPOTIFY: https://spoti.fi/2r63NmKAPPLE PODCASTS: https://apple.co/339ZWmOAUDIBLE: https://adbl.co/35fEiDxAMAZON ALEXA / TuneIn: https://bit.ly/339jJ5PGOOGLE PODCASTS: https://bit.ly/36rFeARI HEART RADIO: https://ihr.fm/2N86MUhSTITCHER: https://bit.ly/2JCTnkXOVERCAST: https://bit.ly/3ajVZQpPOCKET CASTS: https://pca.st/vfe4m64wCASTRO: https://bit.ly/2FYtZUnCASTBOX: https://bit.ly/2G0oHruPODCHASER: https://bit.ly/38g6vGnNOSPOILERREVIEWS.COM: https://www.nospoilerreviews.com/podcast/+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +SUBSCRIBE TO NEVER MISS AN INSTANT REACTION+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +Music credit: 'Time Off' by SpunticSupport the show

The Gazette Daily News Podcast
Gazette Daily News Podcast, August 4

The Gazette Daily News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 4:03


This is Zack Kucharski with The Gazette digital news desk and I'm here with your update for Thursday, August 4th. A quick check of the weather from the National Weather Service: Sunny, with a high near 85. Northeast wind 5 to 10 mph. Tonight: Mostly clear, low around 64 and light winds.   Now to what's making news: The closure and cleanup at the Cedar Rapids downtown library is expected to last into September, library officials announced Wednesday. The closure comes after a small July 27 fire in a light fixture in the library commons area. Smoke soot is being cleaned-up throughout the interior of the 100,000 square-foot building. The library is still working through the investigation and insurance claims, library director Dara Schmidt said Wednesday. All items in the library -- including the carpet — will be wiped down and cleaned while the facility is closed. Reopening the lobby area for hold pickups is her next priority during the library's temporary closure. The library extended book due dates and holds, but patrons still can return materials to Hiawatha and Marion Libraries or one of the book drops at metro-area Hy-Vee stores instead. Schmidt said the library's 82 employees have been reassigned to work in the west-side Ladd Library, outdoor and vehicle outreach programs and at a cooling and computer center located across the street at Waypoint.   +++ A parents group is suing the Linn-Mar Community School District, superintendent and board members over its new policies to protect transgender students from discrimination. The lawsuit asserts that the policy violates parents' rights to consent and students' rights to express a different opinion. Parents Defending Education is identified in the lawsuit filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court as a grassroots organization that includes “parents, students and other concerned citizens” with a mission to prevent the “politicization of K-12 education.” The group contends the Linn-Mar policy passed in April allows children to make fundamentally important decisions about gender identity without parental involvement and hide those decisions from their parents. According to the 30-page petition, the parents group filed it to “protect parents' rights to raise their children and students' rights to freedom of expression.” Linn-Mar district officials didn't immediately respond to an email and phone message seeking comment. +++ . Reflecting the Cedar Rapids school board's decision to remove police from the city's middle schools, the Cedar Rapids Police Department has proposed additional changes to the agreement for school resource officers that account for the reduction from seven to five officers. With the start of the 2022-23 school year fast approaching, the Cedar Rapids City Council and school board have yet to approve the same contract outlining terms of the program that will station police officers this year at Kennedy, Washington, Jefferson and Metro high schools and Polk Alternative Education Center, but take them out of Cedar Rapids middle schools. While Cedar Rapids Police Chief Wayne Jerman said he accepts the district's decision to pull SROs from the middle school, it said it's not logical to expect the five remaining officers to do the work that seven did previously. The city said that diversion outcomes will be less likely to happen at junior highs without SROs, Jerman said. Instead, patrol officers, who have different training experience and expertise than the SROs have. Another change clarifies that school resource officers shall assist the district with facilitating lockdown drills specifically at school buildings staffed with school resource officers instead of at all school buildings twice per year. The two sides still don't have a finalized agreement, with the start of the school year about three weeks away. The issue will come up on...

PODGODZ
PODGODZ 404

PODGODZ

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 107:58


Podgodz 404 Recorded 02 August 2022 Topic of the Week: ? Don’t forget that we are a listener supported show…blah blah…Crown Royal sack. You can reach us @podgodz, podgodz@gmail.com and on Facebook – that is podgodz with a Zed. You can also help fund this show, or Gio in general, at PATREON.com/Giovanni and hit up those Amazon Affiliate links. Time to put the Crown Royal sack back on the microphone. Music Provided by Rucka Rucka Ali, Check out his work at RukasWorld and possibly commission him for your next project.

Frontier FM
Not Your Average Conversation with Data Mad Scientist Kirk Schmidt, Ep #51

Frontier FM

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 43:48


Data nerds rejoice! On this episode of Frontier FM, Ben sits down with Product Manager and Data Mad Scientist at Wisely, Kirk Schmidt to discuss what it means for charities to be data-driven in a meaningful way. The two dive into improving standards in the charitable sector, the difference between demographics and identity, and the value of taking a holistic approach to data. You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in... Getting to know Kirk Schmidt and how a degree in mathematics helps in the fundraising world [0:22]  The power of reinvestment, the potential of maintaining a business mindset in the charitable sector, and the vice of being shortsighted [7:17] What does it mean to be data-driven? [12:42] Thinking about RFM as a segmentation tool and how to use data effectively [16:01] Why average isn't always accurate and the value of holistic data [24:41] Unpacking identity versus demographics when surveying donors and the impact of personalization [29:27] Why good stewardship is good defense [37:29] What is A/B testing? [40:07] Resources & People Mentioned Email Frontier FM YOUR fundraising questions at junkmail@frontier.io!  5 Things You Should Know When Doing A/B Testing (Article) What if... (Video) Connect with Kirk Schmidt Follow Kirk on LinkedIn  Connect With Frontier Follow Benjamin Johnson on LinkedIn  Follow Matt Hussey on LinkedIn  Follow Megan McCaffery on LinkedIn  Website: https://Frontier.io Frontier on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/frontiermarketingco/

Kirche in WDR 2
Jordana Schmidt

Kirche in WDR 2

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 3:16


Kurz und bündig, interessant und informativ. Aber auch tröstlich und gelegentlich anstößig. Bunt wie das Leben sollen auch die Formen der christlichen Botschaft im Sender sein. Von Jordana Schmidt.

The Badass Wellness Coach Show
Reprogram For Success with Janet Elaine Schmidt

The Badass Wellness Coach Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 29:48


Janet Elaine Schmidt is the creator of “Reprogram For Success” and for a decade has been a practical yet potent Quantum Consciousness Acceleator™️, Integrative Holistic Healing Practitioner and Business Coach. In this episode, she reveals how to Reprogram For Success. In this episode we discuss: Why Janet is so passionate about this topic. How we can uncover how we and those around us are programmed. How she eliminated fear. How to recognize non-verbal communication and what it is suggesting. Tools to change a stressful situation into a manageable one. Why it is important to be in the whole-brain state for ultimate success. Full show notes and resources are available at https://badasspreneurs.com/janet-elaine-schmidt/ Tap Into The Unlimited Power Of Podcast Guesting To Expand Your Reach And Generate New Leads Download the Profitable Podcast Guesting Checklist Collection >>>

Sales Enablement PRO Podcast
Episode 213: Don Schmidt on Expanding the Role of the Enablement Team

Sales Enablement PRO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 25:11


Shawnna Sumaoang: Hi, and welcome to the Sales Enablement PRO podcast. I am Shawnna Sumaoang. Sales enablement is a constantly evolving space and we're here to help professionals stay up to date on the latest trends and best practices so that they can be more effective in their jobs. Today, I’m excited to have Don Schmidt, who’s an enablement expert from a wide range of tech companies join us today on our podcast. Don, I would love for you to introduce yourself to our audience. Don Schmidt: Absolutely. Thanks for having me, Shawnna. I really appreciate it. My background has really been specialized in business-to-business and SaaS model industries and I’ve been within enablement and training for more than 15 years. I’ve built five startup enablement teams series A through D with up to about 30 employees in some of those cases and I’ve led enablement programs that have served and supported more than 700 fields and sales reps and then about 20,000 clients. So really the area of my startups are really three areas. One was Fintech, which was with human interest, which provides 401k plans for small businesses, then E-learning startups, Lynda.com, which eventually became LinkedIn learning, and then Green Flower, which is a cannabis-centric training company, and then third was the automotive industry where I worked for cars.com and Edmunds.com setting up their programs. My point would be for our listeners is that what it shows is that enablement kind of stretches us across our platforms so don’t feel like you have to stay in one lane for your entire career. Within enablement, training is training no matter if you’re selling automotive or cannabis or financial services. If you’re in the enablement industry, you have a lot of opportunities and career options that are coming forward, so I’m glad to be able to share any of my thoughts or experiences to help your listeners. SS: Thank you, Don. I’m excited to have you here and to the comment that you made around building a career in enablement, on LinkedIn you mentioned one of your passions as building enablement teams. I’d love to understand your opinion, what are some of the core pillars of an effective enablement team? DS: Yeah, that’s a good question because it really has expanded over the years. It started with training and then just became kind of a fancy word for training and so I would say that it isn’t training alone, although that is a large part. The way I’ve set up my teams is really in three verticals and the first is performance management. What I mean by that is really looking at the data and not necessarily just working with revenue or sales operations to get data from Salesforce. I mean creating skill assessment health cards aka scorecards sometimes people call them, but I don’t particularly like that word because it feels like as the seller, you’re going to tell them where they suck. Health cards are really where we can help you improve your efficiency and your effectiveness and along with that. Often I set up the tech stack. With enablement, I definitely recommend taking over all of the productivity tools and then either managing or being part of that sales and retention process creation, the sales methodology, because performance management as that first pillar dictates what your content is going to be and technically how you’re going to deliver it. That would be my second pillar — I create a content team and when I say team it could be one instructional designer, it could be a lot. My advice for people is not to just look at it as face-to-face learning and webinar-based content creation, there are two new areas in the industry that I’m really jazzed about. One is guided paths, there are great companies out there that lay on top of tools like Salesforce and guide people in a kinesthetic way. That should be part of your content creation and then also there are video coaching tools that are out there that are sometimes within enablement tools and sometimes outside sometimes within an LMS but video-based coaching I think is an important kind of delivery method of your curriculum team. Now, I often have taken over the communication because often salespeople get either so much slack or so many emails that they start ignoring it, so my team will consolidate that and try to make that more efficient so that people actually see what they need to see. Then also within content, I’ve never had a marketing team under me, but there’s marketing enablement that will build all of your sales collateral, but also I have had my team build out playbooks and battle cards to go against competitors. Then the third pillar is really delivery. Obviously, it’s the training of new hires and veterans, but I would also suggest training to leverage and take over motivational events, the sales kickoffs, or whatever you might call it at your organization that are either quarterly or yearly. You’re all hands calls, my team takes that over and MCs it. You may still have sales leadership running those, but you have a facilitator and those, all-hand meetings I would say should always go down to the director level or regional level down to the weekly level where your trainers are in the weekly sales meetings for a specific regional director and then I think the last parts of that delivery is obviously data-driven coaching that comes from the performance management, leadership development and you know, I’ve done at two companies, recruitment support, where the trainers actually will conduct sales centric interviews with candidates that have gotten far into the process and just test them on one thing like their sales methodology so the hiring manager doesn’t have to do that during their service. My advice is really to think about what you aren’t managing yet and then begin expanding your team’s role. SS: Absolutely. I love that approach. Now that said, in your experience, what are some of the challenges that can maybe come up with building and developing an enablement team, and what have you found to be successful in overcoming those challenges? DS: There’s definitely a lot and it does matter if you’re a one-person show or you have a big team. Often what has happened with me is that I come in and it’s a one-man show in many cases for me or it’s two or 3 people and typically the enablement team or sometimes when I come in they were still called sales training were seen as kind of superfluous. What I mean by that is the number one thing is to change sales management’s view and that can be tough. There’s no doubt about it, but the question you have to ask leadership is do you want us to be a superfluous training team or do you want us to be an essential part of the sales organization? That makes sellers more effective at their jobs and if you can weave in what I had talked about earlier of all the things that you could do for the organization and support people to be more effective, it gives you more and more abilities to be valuable. I think my number one goal in that challenge is can you become that trusted advisor for sales leadership and if you can, you’re in a good position. Ultimately it’s getting their trust advisor set up that you need to concentrate on the right metrics and that’s often the challenge is that we’re not looking at the right metrics. SS: I think that’s a fantastic point. I’d love to better understand how you measure the impact of your team on the rest of the business. What are some examples of the key metrics you leverage to reinforce the enablement team’s value? DS: Yeah. That gets right into that main challenge. I think where I made the mistakes at the beginning of my career and I think for the listeners here in this situation of trying to create more relevance and getting management buy-in is that you have to steer away from what I would say are the least valuable metrics, which are how many classes we trained. The number of attendants, how many e-learning courses are collateral did we put in the LMS or the enablement repository? What were our evaluation scores? Smile sheets are fine, but if the trainers are really good at delivery, they’re of course going to get fives and so you can say to yourself, you’re really great, but sales management isn’t necessarily brought into that. Test scores, I don’t know about you and some of your other presenters that have been on the podcast, but I found that the people that test multiple choice questions in new hire training typically are like the worst salespeople. You think they’d be the best because they know the product but they get caught in the weeds. So giving a sales management test scores or how many people you certified is the wrong way to approach and I would say one sales metric, I always stay away from the time of the first sale. I know a lot of managers want to know that it is ramped and ready and get it really fast, but at the time of the first sale, there could be something that was already in the pipeline. I think it’s pretty misleading. So in that sense, then what are the hot buttons? My advice, and what’s worked well for me, is to track from the date that that person started or the first day of the month that they started and follow them with their career so that everything that you train, you can see what goes up and down. My advice would be overall revenue, which is obviously a pretty easy one, but what was their overall revenue, was there an increase in sales, management wants to know what that ramp speed was in the sense that they are on their own and ready to go. Now, pipeline predictability we’re not the silver bullet in all of this, but we can absolutely affect that if you can say our prediction on forecasting and pipeline is more accurate because of this training it gives real relevance. Increasing retention of your top talent, improving quota performance, decreased time to close, the opportunity open to opportunity closed, that can be tough if an organization doesn’t follow that method of creating an op right when you talk to a client, but that’s a huge one and then decrease of the churn of not only the clients but also of employees. So there are a lot of metrics, but if you look at those and my advice to listeners is if you’ve never looked at this is Kirkpatrick 4 levels of ROI, that can help coupled in with all of the data that I was mentioning earlier. SS: Absolutely, the Kirkpatrick Model is phenomenal. We actually had a representative from there on our Book Club Podcast recently. So to shift gears just a little bit as an enablement leader, you’ve pointed out in the past that one of your goals is to be a great coach. I’d love to learn a little bit from you, how can coaching help you develop the talent on your enablement team? DS: I like how you do it internally about my team, but you know, I’m gonna step a little outside of that and say, let’s first start with the common issue, which is regardless if you’re an enablement leader or your sales leader or anyone else is that many leaders think they’re coaching, but really what they’re doing is directing and they don’t realize it. No fault to them, often, L&D departments don’t necessarily hit everyone with situational leadership training and other courses, but often somebody thinks they’re coaching. That is one thing to always be aware of, including thinking about yourself. So an example I’d give, I think everyone that’s a listener here has experienced this, have you ever been to a weekly regional sales team meeting where there’s a regional director and maybe there are 10 salespeople or so that manager goes around the circle of sellers and asks, what are they planning to close this week? And just goes around the horn, they say I’m going to bring in this amount of money, which sometimes is a lie because they don’t have anything, they’re not looking at their forecasting well, but they don’t want to say zero, right? Then the manager gives them pointed, what I would put in quotes, “advice” on how to approach those deals and to get them across the line, and then they’ll go from one person to the next person. Once you’ve talked, you’re just like, well, okay now and I’m not listening to my colleagues like I’m off the hook, so those can be really ineffective sessions and in my opinion, they’re a waste of time because all they are doing in those situations is telling them what to do. There’s no problem-solving. Now I get into the coaching part of this with my team, and with the sales leader, you have to work and coaching is an individual basis and I kind of see coaching is more about self-discovery and having the person that you’re talking to discover those answers for themselves. Often I try to use data behind it to guide that employee to that new approach. It might not necessarily be my approach, it might be a better one actually, but for them to self-discover, because then they’re much more likely to execute on what’s being said. To give you an example, instead of telling a trainer that their delivery was too rigid in the classroom, ask him something like what would you change in your training delivery today if you were going to train the class again. How would you rate yourself training delivery-wise from 1 to 10? Well if they say 10, then we have a different issue, but anything from 1 to 9, it doesn’t really matter, it’s like, okay, well then how could we have gone up to 10? Sometimes what I will do then with a trainer, I’ll look at verbal tics like um, or uh or you know, and I’ll start writing them down and putting in how many totals during a certain period of time. Then I ask them that question, so data-based, I say, what do you think your social, your verbal tic? They may come up with it, let’s say they say ‘Um'. Then I ask, if that’s the case, how many ‘ums' do you think you said in 30 minutes? 107. So how do you feel we should approach this? Then I’d say it’s not just about the trainers you could put a coaching philosophy with anyone in your team. Instead of stating, let’s say we need to increase our competitive curriculum, maybe with you with one of your content people, you share the salesforce data and how many deals were lost to competitors as an example. So we know because when there is a close loss, there’s a reason why the person quit and maybe or didn’t sign, and maybe it was because they went with a competitor. So you show that data to the content person, and you say, okay, what are your thoughts about how we can combat this challenge? What are the ways we can do it? Now, you can then feed in your information based on that, but I really think open-ended questions are the best way for coaching. Now I will say at the end of this though, I did say you shouldn’t be directing. I also do believe in situational leadership. So if someone is brand new, they’re very enthusiastic but they don’t know what they’re doing well then you do have to direct them. You can’t just delegate a task to them. It’s not fair, but coaching you can use with new people or veterans. SS: Absolutely, I couldn’t agree more. It works well across the team. You’ve touched on some fantastic best practices, but do you have any additional ones that you would recommend when it comes to coaching your teams? DS: I am a huge believer in data-driven coaching. Even if you’re one person show, you can do this, you can do that, or where I’ve had actual data analysts combine all the data into a snowflake through tableau and create individual health cards. Earlier I said that they are sometimes called scorecards, I like calling them health cards, and that allows you to deliver customized and personalized learning to each seller and sales leader but also in regards to coaching. Now you know what to coach. We break that out typically in my teams in four areas, so sales metrics. So did you close a sale? How many units did you sell? What is your average selling price? How long did it take? Activity is the second part. So how many phones, email, and text outreach calls did you do, and then what’s your closing ratio based on those second meetings, third meetings, and such? Productivity tools, so if your team is in charge of any productivity tools, it could be stuff that’s within Salesforce. I’ve done this with Salesforce maps, LinkedIn Sales Navigator, with outreach with Highspot, there are all kinds of companies that you might have in your text stack. I would look at those metrics and see what the usage is. Then the last one is just knowledge checks, did they complete training in the past? If you put that all into one kind of spreadsheet and look at salespeople individually, then you’re able to find what I would say are red flags. Think of it as like Moneyball in the movie, Moneyball with Brad Pitt and there’s this great scene with Chris Pratt and he’s watching a video of himself at the plate and they’re throwing pitches at him and he self discovers by looking at that data that if I let some pitches come through, I’ll get more balls, which means I’ll get more walks, which means I’ll get on base and it was an epiphany for him in the movie. I feel it’s the same way when you’re coaching. If you look at these metrics and you can compare people with others, then you’re able to coach them because they can see it compared to their colleagues, and that works really well. Now you’re not just pulling KPIs from the ether and saying, yeah, this is about how many calls you should do. You should look at the top salespeople and make it much easier to coach. SS: I love that approach. Don, last question for you. You’ve also mentioned that results only come through collaboration. So how do you foster a culture of collaboration amongst your teams? DS: It can be hard, especially the larger the organization, the more siloed it gets. At smaller startups, everybody’s talking and I find that it’s not malicious when silos start, it just isn’t. I think people just get in their own world and they start working and collaboration starts breaking down. I think you do it in two ways. You look internally and you look externally. So here are some suggestions that have worked for me. Firstly internally I would replace the weekly team meeting that you have with your enablement folks and I would actually break it up into more small group sprints and then do daily stand-ups with your direct reports and also assign productivity tools to each trainer. I’ll give you an example when I was at Edmonds, every trainer had one productivity tool that was assigned to them and they had to take ownership of it and now it forced them to then have to work with other teams to make sure that that works, so it’s not just working within our team, it’s getting them to think I need to collaborate outside because I won’t be successful. The goal is always this, I want you to speak at whatever vendor's conference is next. So one was Salesforce maps and I said to that trainer you should absolutely try to get to Dreamforce and she took it over and did an amazing job. She worked with the actual vendor with the sales team, found top sellers that were doing really well, shadowing them, used that for the training content, and worked with marketing to create collateral, all this happened and happened, and I lost her to salesforce and she’s now a salesforce maps employee. That is wonderful. That made me feel so great because she was expanding on her career and I was able to be that one that kind of started it. She got it all herself, but I got that started by assigning a productivity tool to her and then coaching her through it on how to collaborate. Also, just the last parts of the internal I would say, I like conducting quarterly team in-person workshop meetings and monthly all-hands calls, but those quarterly in-person meanings are where you do your problem-solving. So everyone is working together on solving our five main issues. They’re all working together and they’re figuring out, okay, who do we need outside of our team to help us be successful? So then the last part of this is external. In regards to collaboration, I mean I could give you the standard ones that everybody does. You’ve got to have a meeting with the head of each of the department heads once a week. Okay, fine, but what has also worked for me that’s a little more outside of the norm is that I’ve created advisory boards. They’re not decision boards, but their advisory boards, which often are made up of top sellers. You create an advisory board for industry, for competitive, for selling, for retention and you find based on your health cards, who are those top users and then they help you create that content. Whenever you have an all-hands meeting where everyone is coming together, you bring them in a day early and you have these advisory board meetings and you have specific questions for them. It helps you create content. It creates people that will be rating fans of your content because they were part of that process and they’ll amplify it, but also it opens up for better content. I would also suggest shadowing sellers if you’re in a management role, the best way you’re going to learn to be able to understand what are the real trials and tribulations is to shadow a salesperson and just listen. If they’re doing things that seem right or they’re following the sales process that you taught and they’re using it or whatever it might be, create a sales success video of them saying, hey, I love how you handled that objection. I saw that you used alternative close or you clarified, rephrased, and isolated that objection. Can we record you for a one or two-minute video on how you did that with a client and how much money you made and they get really excited and now you put that into the LMS. The last one externally is as a leader, I not only meet with the managers of other teams, but I also attend the product and product marketing sprint meetings because the worst thing in enablement is that you’re given this time when you’re going to market and it’s limited and you didn’t know what was in the pipeline, get yourself in those meetings months ahead what the product team is working on so you’re ready with your team to go on day one. SS: Don, thank you so much. I really appreciate the fantastic advice for our audience. I appreciate you joining us today. DS: Thank you and I really appreciate the opportunity. I mean it’s great to work with an organization like yours and I definitely recommend for listeners to look at some of the certification programs that you have. I’m highly impressed with the Sales Enablement Professional Certificate and I really like Sales Personas also. It’s great to work with people like yourselves that are in this industry trying to help people get better. SS: Well, I appreciate that additional plug. To our audience, thanks for listening. For more insights, tips, and expertise from sales enablement leaders, visit salesenablement.pro. If there is something you'd like to share or a topic you'd like to learn more about, please let us know we'd love to hear from you.

Deutsch mit Schmidt | Der Kanal für fortgeschrittene Deutschlerner ( B1 / B2 / C1 )

Wort 1: ausschlagen (Verb) – – – Wort 2: unaufhörlich (Adjektiv) – – – --> https://www.deutschmitschmidt.de Für das komplette Transkript dieser Folge, inklusive einer Vokabelliste und exklusiver Arbeitsblätter besucht bitte: --> https://www.patreon.com/deutschmitschmidt Meine kostenlose Telegram-Gruppe: --> https://t.me/deutschmitschmidt Kennst du schon meine Taschenbücher? --> https://www.amazon.de/Sascha-Schmidt/e/B09C42SQG7 "Deutsch mit Schmidt" ist ein Podcast, der sich an fortgeschrittene Deutschlerner auf den GER-Stufen B1, B2 und C1 richtet. Hierbei geht es hauptsächlich um den Aufbau und die Erweiterung des deutschen Wortschatzes. In jeder Folge werden zwei neue Wörter präsentiert, die mit jeweils vier aussagekräftigen Beispielsätzen erklärt werden.

Faith Conversations
Melinda Schmidt – episode 330

Faith Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 52:52


  Is scripture relevant for now? Melinda Schmidt joins me on the podcast as we answer that question and dig in to thinking more broadly about how that looks? As we look at being deeply formed instead of shallowly formed, what does lament look like? And how to we access... The post Melinda Schmidt – episode 330 appeared first on Anita Lustrea.

Diz Runs Radio: Running, Life, & Everything In Between
1070 Shelby Schmidt Is Unapologetically Herself In All Aspects Of Life

Diz Runs Radio: Running, Life, & Everything In Between

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 66:53


Shelby Schmidt loves being a part of the running community. Online or IRL, being around other runners and encouraging them is something she just can get enough of. Check out the full show notes for today's episode at http://DizRuns.com/1070. Are you ready to take your running to the next level by working with a coach? Check out http://DizRuns.com/coaching for details on the various levels of coaching that I have available. Love the show? Check out the support page for ways you can help keep the Diz Runs Radio going strong! http://dizruns.com/support Become a Patron of the Show! Visit http://Patreon.com/DizRuns to find out how. Get Your Diz Runs Radio Swag! http://dizruns.com/magnet Subscribe to the Diz Runs Radio Find Me on an Apple Device http://dizruns.com/itunes Find Me on an Android http://dizruns.com/stitcher Find Me on SoundCloud http://dizruns.com/soundcloud Please Take the Diz Runs Radio Listener Survey http://dizruns.com/survey Win a Free 16-Week Training Plan Enter at http://dizruns.com/giveaway Join The Tribe If you'd like to stay up to date with everything going on in the Diz Runs world, become a member of the tribe! The tribe gets a weekly email where I share running tips and stories about running and/or things going on in my life. To get the emails, just sign up at http://dizruns.com/join-the-tribe The tribe also has an open group on Facebook, where tribe members can join each other to talk about running, life, and anything in between. Check out the group and join the tribe at https://www.facebook.com/groups/thedizrunstribe/

Who's That Girl? A New Girl Podcast
S3 E10 - Thanksgiving III

Who's That Girl? A New Girl Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 56:38


This podcast covers New Girl Season 3, Episode 10, Thanksgiving III, which originally aired on November 26, 2013 and was written by Josh Malmuth and directed by Max Winkler. Here's a quick recap of the episode:After Coach makes Nick question his own masculinity, Nick forces the gang to go camping in the woods for Thanksgiving. They attempt to forage for their own food which lands Jess in an interesting predicament.We discuss Pop Culture References such as:Hunt: Bonnie and Helen - When at the campsite, Winston shares the only “hunt” he likes are named Bonnie and Helen, referring to the actresses Bonnie Hunt and Helen Hunt.Additional Pop Culture References such as:Viggo Mortenson / Hidalgo - When commenting on his hat, Schmidt says it's “an exact replica of the hat Viggo Mortenson wore in the movie Hidalgo.” Viggo Peter Mortensen Jr. is an American actor, writer, director, producer, musician, and multimedia artist who is best known for his role as Aragorn in The Lord of Rings trilogy. Mortensen starred as Frank Hopkins in the film Hidalgo, which is the story of an ex-army courier who travels to Arabia to compete with his horse, Hidalgo, in a dangerous desert race.We also further cover Schmidt and his hat as our “Schmidtism” this episode. For “Not in the 2020s” we briefly mention some ongoing racist and fatphobic themes but also talk more in depth about the way “men” are portrayed. We refer to this article where they discuss a different take on the way this episode handles the mens' masculinity. For our “Yes in the 2020s” we chat about how Coach let Schmidt feel he was a better camper for the first half of the episode. There were no guest stars in this episode.This episode we discuss the reference Schmidt made back to S1E14 (Bully), talk about the diseases that Jess supposedly had, and share a fun fact about the naming of the last episode. We did find the bear in the “bear hole” this episode.While not discussed in the podcast, we noted other references in this episode including:Eagle Scout - Coach reveals that he's actually good at camping because he was an Eagle Scout. An Eagle Scout is the highest rank achievable in Boy Scouts that only about 4% of Boy Scouts ever achieve.George Washington - Nick tries to get the loft excited about camping by saying that George Washington hunted cats rather than having a pet cat [like Winston]. Washington was the United States' first president and a Founding Father of the USA.This episode got a 7/10 rating from Kritika whose favorite character was Jess and Kelly rated this episode an 8/10 and her favorite character was Winston!Thanks for listening and stay tuned for Episode 11!Music: "Hotshot” by scottholmesmusic.comFollow us on Twitter, Instagram or email us at whosthatgirlpod@gmail.com!Website: https://smallscreenchatter.com/

SORMAG's Writer's Cafe
SORMAG's Writer's Café Podcast S8 E10 – Life Of A Writer – Conversations with T B Bond, Edwina Martin-Arnold and Laura Stewart Schmidt

SORMAG's Writer's Cafe

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 73:20


SORMAG's Writer's Café Podcast S8 E10 – Life Of A Writer – Conversations with T B Bond, Edwina Martin-Arnold and Laura Stewart Schmidt   T B Bond Ursa Major  https://amzn.to/3Q0zK6g https://www.bondgirlblue.com/ Edwina Martin-Arnold Chocolate Friday https://amzn.to/3JgWlcg https://edwinamartinarnold.com/ Laura Stewart Schmidt   Sweeter Than Life https://amzn.to/3zjp5ww https://www.laurastewartschmidt.com/ Host:  LaShaunda C. Hoffman http://lashaundahoffman.com Building Online Relationships http://bit.ly/BORLCH This episode's Sponsor –  Building Online Relationships - A Kindle Vella Book https://amzn.to/3ByLqsH Would you like to be featured or Sponsor SORMAG's Writer's Cafe? https://lashaunda.kartra.com/page/SWCafePodcast LISTEN – COMMENT – SHARE SORMAG's Writer's Cafe Podcast Is An Amazon Affiliate

Les Nuits de France Culture
Le colonel Paillole : "Grâce à Hans-Thilo Schmidt nous avons appris l'invasion de la Pologne un mois à l'avance"

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 64:59


durée : 01:04:59 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Philippe Garbit - En 1996, dans "Mémoires du siècle", le Colonel Paul Paillole, responsable des services secrets français de 1935 à 1945, racontait lors d'un long entretien ses missions avant et durant la seconde guerre mondiale. - invités : Paul Paillole Officier des services spéciaux de renseignements français, à la tête du contre espionnage militaire et clandestin entre 1935 et 1945 (1905-2002)

Nuus
Schmidt reageer op metode van uitvoere

Nuus

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 0:39


Die Namibiese Statistieke Agentskap het in sy Mei 2022-handelsbulletin aangedui dat goedere 36,9 persent per lug, 32,8 persent per pad en 30,3 persent per see uitgevoer is. Met verwysing na tonnemaat, het 120 554 ton goedere die land per pad verlaat het, vergeleke met 110 691 ton wat in April 2022 geregistreer is. Ongeveer 106 433 ton het die land per see in Mei verlaat, en slegs 121 ton goedere het Namibië per lug verlaat. Harald Schmidt, sekretaris-generaal van die Namibiese Logistieke Vereniging gee sy reaksie in hierdie verband.

Beer & Nonsense
Talking Beer Under the SUN KING

Beer & Nonsense

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 55:06


Christian & Thad and their assistant brewers Uncle Dave & Ryan (brewer; Studebaker Brewing Co.) are at the Friends and fFamily opening for Sun King Brewing Mishawaka. They talk about the growth of the brewing industry in South Bend/Mishawaka area in just the last 10 years. The co-founder Dave Colt, Sun King Brewing joins them and tells you all about the NEW Mishawaka location and more. Crack a Cold One & Enjoy the Podcast! Check out our sponsors and everything mBR at www.michianabeerreviewers.com  CHEERS!

Law of Attraction with LOA Today, Your Daily Dose of Happy | Tips & Secrets

Janet joins us today to talk about how to uncover your untapped money consciousness. After we try to overcome a noisy mic issue, Janet gives us a quick summary of how she discovered these techniques that she uses in her practice. Then she goes into the four pieces, which are: Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) Hypnotherapy ThetaHealing™ Eye Movement Integration PSYCH-K® She also tells us that she has a 95% success rate with her clients. Pretty impressive! Her website:  https://www.janetelaineschmidt.com/ Follow the LOA Today podcast: https://www.loatoday.net/follow

Wunderbar Together
Wie gründet man richtig, Kati Schmidt?

Wunderbar Together

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 99:03


Airbnb nach Deutschland gebracht? Check. Dating-App im Silicon Valley gegründet? Check. In der Pandemie ein Haus gekauft, ein Kind zur Welt gebracht und US-Staatsbürgerin geworden? Alles: Check! Wenn man auf Deutsch über das Silicon Valley spricht, führt an Kati Schmidt aka Kalifornia Kati kein Weg vorbei. Sie ist nicht nur eine der spannendsten Macherinnen dort, sondern auch jemand, der die Startup-Welt kennt wie kaum jemand und ganz offen über ihre Ups and Downs spricht, damit andere daran wachsen können: “Die ‘pay forward' Kultur hier sollte man unbedingt in Anspruch nehmen – auch ich hätte das als Gründerin noch viel mehr tun sollen. Seid furchtlos! Die Leute sagen schon irgendwann Nein.”

ABA Banking Journal Podcast
Engineering a framework for enterprise risk

ABA Banking Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 15:33


As a former engineer, Jennifer Schmidt brings an understanding of systems and integration to her work as a community bank chief compliance officer. On the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast — sponsored by Apiture — Schmidt discusses the development of an integrated enterprise risk management framework, which encompasses her work overseeing compliance, Bank Secrecy Act oversight, exam management, internal audit oversight and risk assessment facilitation. This model, developed by Schmidt for her ABA Stonier capstone project, keeps risks owned by the the business leaders but ensures awareness of risk connectivity and collaboration by managers across the bank — in a flexible way that works for an individual bank. Schmidt also discusses her background as an engineer and consultant before joining the financial services sector to manage acquired bank integrations in a fast-growing organization, as well as her experience as a Stonier student.

The Oddcast Ft. The Odd Man Out
Ep. 119 Those We Don't Speak Of Pt. 2

The Oddcast Ft. The Odd Man Out

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 71:53


The day is here, and this is possibly the most I have ever researched for any one episode. We continue from Pt. 1 on the secret society known as The Parushim which included two Supreme Court Justices, & then get into some bizarre teachings about a Holy Serpent. Then, we take a step deeper into the early push for the modern state looking directly at quotes from leaders in the movement. From there, we get into events that took place at the beginning of its establishment, & still, we've only skimmed the surface. Just wait for Pt. 3!  Now, time to get down that hot, sandy rabbit hole, far beyond the mainstream!   Cheers, and Blessings   The Odd Man Out   Show Notes•   The Parushim «KALLEN invited no one to become a member until the candidate had given specific assurances regarding devotion and resolution to the Zionist cause, and each initiate had to undergo a rigorous analysis of his qualifications, loyalty, and willingness to take orders from the Order's Executive Council.» — Schmidt, Horace M. Kallen: Prophet of American Zionism (Brooklyn, NY: Carlson, 1995), 77.   BRANDEIS assumed the active leadership of the Provisional Executive Committee and HORACE KALLEN invited him to become an honorary member of the Parushim. BRANDEIS accepted, and began to assign the Parushim to carry out special «missions» for him. — Kallen to Brandeis, September 21st, 1914; Brandeis to Kallen, March 4th, 1915; Brandeis Papers, Zionist Archives, New York.   Professor Sarah Schmidt The Parushim https://ifamericansknew.org/history/parushim.html   Against Our Better Judgement Book by Allison Weir https://againstourbetterjudgment.com/   If Americans Knew- Allison Weir's Group https://ifamericansknew.org/   The Holy Serpent in Judaism Rabbi Laitman, in his Daily Kabbalah Lesson of the Zohar, stresses that: “...This snake comes as medication...an angel sent to us...we should be grateful to the serpent for its help...the serpent has a very important mission... “The Serpent is the Angel of Help.” (Full Quote) https://laitman.com/2010/02/the-serpent-is-the-angel-of-help/   "Adam named the serpent thereby, magnifying its unique essence, & was to use it for divine purpose. This is especially true of the Nachash for under Adam's subjugation it had a very sacred mission to perform. More than any other animal it was to be a partner with Adam in bringing the final Tikkum, a completion and transformation of all creation"   Is Tikkun Olam another version of New World Order, The Great Reset ect?   "Kabbalah with theoretical science can stimulate the redemption process." Joel David Bakst, The Secret Doctrine of Gaon Of Vilna Vol. 2 P.80   The Talmud, teaches that, “Serpents encircle the Righteous during their lives, attending to their needs and guiding their actions.” And The Talmud concludes that, “The Serpent is the great servant of man” (Sanhedrin 50b)   Rabbi Jacob ben Cohen declares outright, that, “The Messiah is a snake.”   "Just as Amalek represents the epitome of evil, so does the positive snake represent the epitome of good. Mashiach himself is referred to as "the holy snake," as alluded to by the phenomenon that the numerical value of Mashiach (358) is the same as that of the word for "snake" (nachash). In the Zohar it is told that when the holy snake, Mashiach, will kill the evil snake (overcome the fear of insanity), he will thereby merit to marry the Divine princess, to unite with the origin of the souls of Israel and so to bring redemption to the world."   "Dan shall be a snake on the way, a serpent on the path." (Mashiach, the epitome of the figure of the holy snake, will be a descendent of Judah, the son of David." https://www.inner.org/healing/healing35   The kosher serpent, & the restoration of all things. (Great Series On Kabbalah Teachings) https://youtu.be/PzVBVp2Xtyw   "The serpent, inspirer of disobedience, of insubordination and revolt, was cursed by the ancient Theocrats, although it was honored among initiates... to become like unto Divinity, such was the goal of the ancient mysteries... Today, the program of initiation has not changed." Oswald Wirth, Freemason, Creator of Tarot Cards   "The serpent is the universal symbol, & prototype of the Universal savior who redeems the world by giving creation the knowledge of itself, & the realization of good, & evil." Manly P. Hall, Rosicrucian, Freemason   "Man rose to Divine status by partaking of the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil. The serpent's advice to Eve was wiser than the recorded command of God." Lynn Perkins, Freemasonry, & The New Age   The 29th Degree of Scottish Rite Freemasonry is titled: Knight of The Brazen Serpent.   The Hidden History of Zionism (Book) https://archive.org/details/hiddenhistory_zionism   “If I were an Arab leader, I would never sign an agreement with Israel. It is normal; we have taken their country. It is true God promised it to us, but how could that interest them? Our God is not theirs. There has been Anti-Semitism, the Nazis, Hitler, Auschwitz, but was that their fault? They see but one thing: we have come and we have stolen their country. Why would they accept that?” 
David Ben-Gurion (the first Israeli Prime Minister): Quoted by Nahum Goldmann in Le Paraddoxe Juif (The Jewish Paradox), pp121.   "Jewish villages were built in the place of Arab villages. You do not even know the names of these Arab villages, and I do not blame you, because these geography books no longer exist; not only do the books not exist, the Arab villages are not there either. Nahalal arose in the place of Mahalul, Gevat - in the place of Jibta, Sarid - in the place of Haneifs and Kefar Yehoshua - in the place of Tell Shaman. There is not one place built in this country that did not have a former Arab population." ~ Moshe Dayan, Israeli Defense Minister   “Between ourselves it must be clear that there is no room for both peoples together in this country. We shall not achieve our goal if the Arabs are in this small country. There is no other way than to transfer the Arabs from here to neighboring countries – all of them. Not one village, not one tribe should be left.” Joseph Weitz, head of the Jewish Agency's Colonization Department in 1940. From “A Solution to the Refugee Problem” Joseph Weitz, Davar, September 29, 1967, cited in Uri Davis and Norton Mevinsky, eds., Documents from Israel, 1967-1973, p.21.   Extras Benjamin Freedman Speech https://archive.org/details/benjamin-h.-freedman-speech-unedited-version-1961   Rabbi Michael Laitman's Website Posts Article of Rabbi Openly Promoting A Communist Society (Tikkum Olam?) See Section 3: Principles Of A Future Society http://www.kabbalah.info/eng/layout/set/trans_page/content/view/full/3811   See Bottom Of Page https://laitman.com/2009/01/restoring-ancient-babylon/   A must listen/watch! Kabbalah Secrets w/ DeAnne Loper On A Minute To Midnite https://youtu.be/ojIdgaoq_EY   DeAnna Loper's Website Great Source In Kabbalah, & Judaism's Teachings https://www.kabbalahsecretschristiansneedtoknow.com/?m=1   Biden, I'm a Zionist https://youtu.be/dbn4i7_CFIM   “If we are going to admit claims on conquest thousands of years ago, the whole world will have to be turned upside down.” Lord Sydenham, Hansard, House of Lords, 21 June 1922.   Not giving heed to Jewish fables, and commandments of men, that turn from the truth.  Titus 1:14    Odd Man Out Patreon https://www.patreon.com/theoddmanout       ACR- My Podcasting Family Visit the home of The Oddcast at "Alternate Current Radio, and check out all their other great shows including, Boiler Room, and be sure to subscribe to their Social Media to get updates on all the fantastic talk, and music shows. https://alternatecurrentradio.com/           
 Check out the ACR video: "Shilling For Sanity" https://youtu.be/TyQv1JL78Eg     

 Support the show by subscribing, liking, sharing, & donating!     Fringe Radio Network- Radio on the Fringe! http://fringeradionetwork.com/     Patreon-Welcome to The Society Of Cryptic Savants   https://www.bitchute.com/video/C4PQuq0udPvJ     Social Media: _theoddmanout on Twitter, and Instagram       Facebook https://www.facebook.com/theoddcastfttheoddmanout       "A special Thank You to my Patrons who contributed to this episode. You are very much appreciated." Their Order Is Not Our Order!  

PODGODZ
PODGODZ 403

PODGODZ

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 97:09


Podgodz 403 Recorded 19 July 2022 Topic of the Week: ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ Don’t forget that we are a listener supported show…blah blah…Crown Royal sack. You can reach us @podgodz, podgodz@gmail.com and on Facebook – that is podgodz with a Zed. You can also help fund this show, or Gio in general, at PATREON.com/Giovanni and hit up those Amazon Affiliate links. Time to put the Crown Royal sack back on the microphone. Music Provided by Rucka Rucka Ali, Check out his work at RukasWorld and possibly commission him for your next project.

Welcome to Our Show
116: Control

Welcome to Our Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 46:28 Very Popular


Welcome back to our show! Schmidt lost control of his relationship with Cece, so he lashes out when Jess makes changes to the loft. We talk about how filthy TV apartments get in a single day and the slap fight that changed Lamorne forever. This week wek's True American is called Betty Crocker's Kid's Dessert. We'll each describe the greatest kid snack, and you guys can vote for the best version right now on Instagram.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.