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In this replay episode... Driving all day brings about a unique challenge for the body: your mind must stay alert and focused, working overtime for long stretches of the day while the body is mostly inactive, leaving it craving movement and stretching everybody needs to thrive. On this episode of Drive, Zach Elsts sits down with Erica Ballard, healthy living expert and coach, to talk about this unique challenge and her best tips for drivers to live healthy while behind the wheel. Erica breaks down some misconceptions about healthy living while on the road and offers tangible tips and tricks for drivers to start implementing on their next drive.
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Alfa Romeo. Elegir uno y solo un deportivo de toda la historia de Alfa Romeo es tarea difícil. Pero lo tengo claro: El Giulia 2000 GTV, o sea Gran Turismo Veloce de 1971… Actual: ¡Alfa Romeo no tiene en su gama actual un coupé! Tentado he estado de elegir al Alfa Romeo 4C que tanto me gustó, pero ya no se vende. Así que, dada la larga tradición de Alfa Romeo en berlinas deportivas, creo que el Giulia Competizione 2.0 litros turbo de 280 CV es un buen representante. Audi. El Audi Quattro. Y es que pocos coches deportivos supusieron un cambio tan radical. Poner tracción total en un coche deportivo para hacerlo más competitivo en rallyes, fue un acierto. Actual: Tampoco tengo dudas, el R8 Coupé V10 Performance Quattro, un coupé con motor central, más de 600 CV y tracción total. BMW. El BMW M3 de la primera serie, el E30 de 1986. Mentiría si dijese que los demás M3 no me gustan, pero el primero es para mí el que mejor representa el espíritu del M3. Actual: Voy a elegir un coche por el que me encantaría cambiar mi MX5: El BMW Z4 sDrive 3.0i de 258 CV y “solo”67.200 €. Una joya… Ferrari. Elegir entre el primer GTO de 1962 con su motor V12 de tres litros, con 6 carburadores y 300 CV y el Ferrari F40 de 1987 con su V8 Turbo de 485 CV, el último modelo lanzado en vida del “Commendatore” no lo tenía fácil. Creo que en esta ocasión voy a elegir el GTO… y es que como representante “Histórico” de la marca, prefiero un V12 atmosférico a un V8 turbo… Actual: El mejor, el más bestia y deportivo, de competición, el 296 GT3. Lamborghini. ¡El Miura! Si no es el coche más bonito de la historia es uno de los más bonitos de la historia, diseñado por el gran Marcello Gandini, con motor V12 y que creo la categoría de los superdeportivos. Actual: Podría ser el Huracán. Pero, ¡por Dios! No un Sterrato. O mejor un Aventador V12. Mazda. Creo que el Mazda RX7 Biturbo de la III generación, con sus 240 CV, es el mejor representante. En el área de miembros hemos hecho un vídeo recordando la prueba que hice de este modelo. Actual: Ahora sí, el MX5, pero el Roadster no el RF, para mí un Targa y no un coupé. Me sigue pareciendo más Roadster que deportivo, pero lo que ha cambiado es que Mazda no tiene otro modelo deportivo. Mercedes-Benz. Sin duda, el SL “alas de gaviota”. No me voy a extender mucho con este coche porque gracias a nuestros amigos de CEROaCIEN hicimos un monográfico sobre el modelo. Pero fue un coche que además de sus espectaculares puertas, aportó muchas cocas, por ejemplo, la inyección directa… ¡en 1954! Actual: Pues sino te conformas con el Mercedes AMG E53 4 Matic de 125.000 € y 435+22 CV tienes el Mercedes AMG GT de hasta 730 CV y hasta 424.570 € Porsche. Esto es divertido, porque voy a elegir como mejor deportivo de la historia del Porsche al peor: El 911-930 Turbo Para mí, en mi adolescencia, fue un icono. Actual: Voy a elegir al 718 Cayman GT4 RS que tiene más 500 CV, que a mí me llegan, pero vale “solo 167.262 €… “solo”. Pero es que el 91i Sport Classic cuesta, para mí no o vale, 324.991 euros. Renault. Entre la berlinetta Alpine-Renault A110 y el R5 Turbo de motor central… ¡me quedó con el 5 Turbo! ¿Por qué? Primero, porque es más “Renault” que el Alpine y después porque Renault “inventó” el correr con coches que parecían normales y corrientes por fuera, pero que eran verdaderos monstruos. Actual: Pero entre la gama actual, no hay duda, el A110 R… Algunos diréis que no es un Renault. Pero, a diferencia del 911, algo ha cambiado: El nuevo Alpine lleva motor central. Toyota. Hay mucho donde elegir, ese es el problema… pero me voy a dejar llevar por el corazón. Confieso que posiblemente Toyota tenga coupés mejores, pero el 2000 GT me parece una belleza. Actual: Esto sí que es fácil, el GR Supra. Si, será fruto de un acuerdo con BMW, pero me da igual, es un excelente coupé, bonito, eficaz y con 340 CV. Coche del día. Muchos ya sabéis que mi primer coche fue un Seat 850 Normal. Y en ese momento no soñaba con un Porsche 911 Turbo, para mi inalcanzable, sino con el coche del día de hoy, el Seat 850 Sport Coupé que también era inalcanzable… pero menos.
Fire and Soul | Real Talks on Self-Love, Spirituality, Success, Entrepreneurship, Relationships, Mindset, Abundance + more
There is some medicine GIVING in this new episode of Fire and Soul! Join Michelle in a powerful conversation with spiritual mentor and Oprah's fave, Panache Desai, author of the best-selling books, Discover Your Soul Signature and You Are Enough and host of Call to Calm.Touched by the fire of creation, Panache embodies a unique gift in demanding we remember who we really are. In this conversation, Panache shares his take on what our purpose on this planet actually is, why we never need healing, and how to embrace every given moment as an invitation to be fully present and rooted in our power.This powerful and playful conversation will inspire you to see things from a different perspective, question your inner narrative, and explore the meaning of true self-love with sincerity and joy. Listen in to Panache's wisdom – cosmic fuel for our conscious evolution. Let's journey together! Tune in and learn:Time to Be Seen and Heard (01:41)The Truth of Who You Are (4:45)What Freedom Is + What It Looks Like (13:18)What's Our Purpose on This Planet (18.16)Being a Human Acupuncture Needle (23:50)How to Free Ourselves from Low Self-Worth (37.23)Why We Don't Need to Be in Control (44.15)Love Every Facet of Who People Are (51:13)Resources:Join Live Video Mastery Now!Join Michelle in person at the Rose Women Retreat: 1 Seat is AvailableMichelle's WebsiteMichelle's on SubstackGuest Resources:Panache Desai's sitePanache on FacebookConnect with Panache on Ig Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
A SEAT at THE TABLE: Leadership, Innovation & Vision for a New Era
Managing global supply chains has become one of the most challenging, risk intensive aspects of just about any business.While the logistics crisis that rocked the past three years has now normalised, geopolitical issues are escalating, key retail markets are uncertain - at best - and then there's the increasing pressure to meet more stringent demands for transparency.Oh, and let's not forget about the ubiquitous price pressure that has always been part of product sourcing.A growing number of people are looking to technology to create greater supply chain stability. However even the most advanced technology is only a tool. The foundational strategies will come from the people who manage the sourcing operations which the technology is supporting.So then what could companies do to build more stable supply chains? And what might the new, more resilient supply chain look like?To find out, I invited Christophe Roussel to join us here on A Seat at The Table.Christophe has 30 year experience building, shaping, and transforming consumer goods global supply chains (including product development, sourcing, manufacturing, quality, sustainability). He's worked for big box retailers such as Carrefour in France or Tesco, and Morrisons or Sainsbury's in the UK. Most recently he was EVP Global Sourcing & Manufacturing at U.S. casual wear brand the Gap, Inc.Christophe's own consultancy, advisory and interim leadership business, Big Ideas, helps brands and retailers to transform their end-to-end product supply chains and build integrated partnerships with strategic suppliers. At the same time, the consultancy is also helping vendors and manufacturers to diversify their production base into new country of origins and rethink strategically their approach to the customers they want to work with.In this episode, Christophe will be discussing:- Practical and actionable ways to create more resilient supply chains- How to balance the need for reliability with the quest for cheaper prices- Which technology developments are likely to make the biggest impact on supply chain resilienceUSEFUL LINKS:Asianet Consultants: https://asianetconsultants.comBig Ideas Consultants: https://www.bigideasconsultants.comConnect with Christoph Roussel: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rousselchristophe/Visit A Seat at The Table's website at https://seat.fm
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The Automotive Troublemaker w/ Paul J Daly and Kyle Mountsier
It's Thursday and we have a full charge as we talk about Lithia's entry into Great Britain. We also cover JD Power's new report indicating waning satisfaction with home charging, as well as KIA's new EV SUV with swivel seats. Yep. Lithia Motors has become the third public auto retail with holdings in the United Kingdom, joining Penske and Group 1, with its recently announced purchase of Jardine Motors Group which includes 40 new-vehicle franchise points in the UK, including luxury brands including Aston Martin, Porsche and BMW, according to Lithia CEO BryanDeBoer said.According to Britain's Sky News, the cost of the deal was between $361-482M and it will add around $2B in annual revenue to Lithia which already jumped 24 percent to $28.23 billionDuring an interview DeBoer called the deal "more affordable than what we typically find ... in the United States” and continued "... more importantly, it gives us a foundation to grow more in the United Kingdom, which is helping us drive towards our $50 billion target for 2025Customer satisfaction with their EV home charging solutions have taken a shock as the JD Power 2023 U.S. Electric Vehicle Experience (EVX) Home Charging Study indicates a noticeable decline due to a combination of slow charging speeds, rising electricity rates, and lack of consumer education on charging programsSatisfaction is measured across eight factors: fairness of retail price; cord length; size of charger; ease of winding/storing cable; cost of charging; charging speed; ease of use; and reliability.When factoring cost, the index dropped more than 30 pointsNew EV owners were one of the primary reasons of the drop in scores due to charging speed of installed level 2 chargersOnly 51% of those surveyed were aware of programs that helped with the cost of install and charging costsAfter weeks of teased photos, we finally got a first look at the first EV in the 3 row segment with the flagship Kia EV9 that features an aggressive design, three rows of seating plus cargo space, and yes, the middle row seats swivelBuilt on Hyundai Motor Group's 800V E-GMP platform, the release says the vehicle features “technology for life” design philosophy throughout that “promotes intuitive interactions between humans and machines.”More performance details will be released next month however the design is very close to the concept presented last year but many tech and convenience features like generous screens and charging points throughout will be standardHow about those 180 degree swivel seats in the center to bring us back to the 80s. Get the Daily Push Back email at https://www.asotu.com/ JOIN the conversation on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/company/asotu/ Read our most recent email at: https://www.asotu.com/media/push-back-email Share your positive dealer stories: https://www.asotu.com/positivity ASOTU Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/automotivestateoftheunion
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¡La imaginación al poder! Este es un video práctico con soluciones imaginativas que pueden sacarte de un apuro. Todas son curiosas, todas son un poco locas… pero todas funcionan y, casi todas, las he probado. Siempre digo que mi primer coche, mi añorado Seat 850 Normal que se caía a pedazos, fue para mí una buena inversión: Por el mismo precio tuve un coche y un curso de mecánica… Un chollo. Creo que no hubo un solo viaje, ¡ni uno solo!, que no tuviese que hacer alguna reparación de emergencia a pie de carretera… algunas de ellas están aquí y ¡funcionan! Este es un vídeo cuajado de anécdotas… espero que os guste. Vamos con la “ñapas” y con muchas anécdotas. 1. Limpiaparabrisas con cuerdas. Esta solución la tuve que hacer en mi Seat 850 un día de lluvia que el motor del limpiaparabrisas dijo ¡basta! 2. ¡He roto un palier! Había oído hablar de esta solución que se usó en el Raid París-Persépolis, que si hizo con 2 CV. ¿Qué pasa si se rompe un palier en tu 2 CV? ¿Qué te quedas tirado? ¡¡¡NOOOOO!!!! 3. ¡Sin radiador! ¿Crees que un coche puede funcionar sin radiador de agua? Pues lo pude comprobar. Un amigo mío volvía de esquiar…. Era de noche y hacía frío. Y la mala suerte, o un despiste suyo, hizo que tuviese un golpe de alcance. El coche, un R5 TS no se hizo mucho, pero el radiador se rompió. 4. Bomba de gasolina. Haciendo prestaciones con un Peugeot 309 GT, no GTi, sino el GT de carburador y 105 CV, tuve un accidente, el coche no se hizo casi nada, pero al golpear el escape, toco con la bomba de gasolina y el motor no arrancaba. 5. Planificado de culata… en la cuneta. Estaba con mi “ocho y medio” en un rallye de la Sierra de Madrid. Calculamos mal y salí a la carretera, para cambiar de lugar, justo cuando llegaba el coche 0, el que cierra la pista. No podía parar y el coche estaba calentándose, pero no podía para… ¿Resultado? Calentón y junta de culata a la basura. 6. Percha para sujetar el escape. A grandes males, males remedios. Iba de viaje con un amigo mío y de repente, ¡zas! un ruido enorme, salían chispas por todas partes por debajo del coche, ¡como un F1! 7. Pimentón como “tapa fugas”. Entre dos amigos compraron un Seat 1400 que ya para entonces, hablo de finales de los años 70 era una antigualla. Y, para “estrenarlo” un eufemismo pues estrenar en un coche de más de 20 años no es fácil, nos fuimos de viaja al pueblo de uno de ellos, a 150 km…. ¡con un par! 8. Imprescindible cinta americana. ¿Podría existir el automóvil y las carreras de coches sin la cinta americana y el alambre? Yo creo que no. Siempre me ha llamado la atención que incluso en la F1 los coches llegaban a los primeros entrenamientos impecables después de horas y hora de túnel de viento y que al poco de rodar, ya tenían cinta americana por todas partes… ¡es que pasa incluso hoy día! 9. Luces de emergencia. Este no fue mi caso, pero en una situación parecida un amigo mío rompió los dos faros. Como iba la acampar y era muy aficionado al montañismo sujeto dos buenas linternas, por supuesto con cinta americana, en el lugar de los faros…. Y pudo llegar… imagino que si le pilla la Guardia Civil u otra autoridad no le habría hecho ninguna gracia. 10. Puertas de madera. Un buen amigo compro un R4 que se caía a trozos, pero que funcionaba. No es que le faltasen las ventanillas delanteras, ¡es que le faltaban las puertas traseras! Tenía una finca y quería el coche para desplazarse por “sus tierras” con sus dos hijos pequeños. Un día voy a visitarle y me dice, “le he puesto puertas al coche, te lo voy a enseñar” … y veo que le ha puesto puertas ¡de madera! Muy curradas, muy ajustadas, pero una tabla de madera. Conclusión. Si llevas buenas herramientas en el coche y tienes cierta idea de mecánica, puedes salvar algunas situaciones… pero muchas veces los más aconsejable, por seguridad, es llamar a la grúa. Pero, eso sí, en mis coches nunca falta la cinta americana. Coche del día. He escogido el Citroën AX 14 TRS de 1988, un coche imaginativo, ligero, con un buen motor, que corría mucho y gastaba poco. Por ejemplo, para aligerar, el portón no llevaba marco, era la propia luneta trasera la que hacia esa función, por un lado llevaba bisagras y por otro una tapa de plástico. Pero me he acordado de este coche por una anécdota que tiene que ver son los paragolpes de plásticos y con una sesión de fotos.
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Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: What happened to the OpenPhil OpenAI board seat?, published by ChristianKleineidam on March 15, 2023 on The Effective Altruism Forum. Thanks for listening. To help us out with The Nonlinear Library or to learn more, please visit nonlinear.org.
Author, Speaker, and Communications Strategist Susan Sloan share what she learned from interviewing Global women in power for her book, A Seat at the Table: Women, Diplomacy, and Lessons for the World.
Welcome to The Nonlinear Library, where we use Text-to-Speech software to convert the best writing from the Rationalist and EA communities into audio. This is: What happened to the OpenPhil OpenAI board seat?, published by ChristianKl on March 15, 2023 on LessWrong. A while ago OpenPhil gave a decent sum of money to OpenAI to buy a board seat. Since then various criticisms of OpenAI have been made. Do we know anything about how OpenPhil used its influence via that board seat? Thanks for listening. To help us out with The Nonlinear Library or to learn more, please visit nonlinear.org.
Tuesdays are the best days. Tonight we've got an NFL free agency extravaganza. Where will A-Rod land? Are the Raiders a worse run team than the Browns? Will Fats's future bet on the Broncos to win Superbowl LVIII champs pay off? Plus we've Ja Morant, golf, the NBA playoff race, motorsports minute, the WBC, and of course, YOUR CALLS. 774-992-8702 ***Audio Only Live Stream available at: *** www.mixlr.com/joey-fats
The Keola Show: 2nd Date Update ON DEMAND!
Thalia calls us about a guy named Wade who she met browsing at Barnes and Noble. He noticed they were into the same types of books, so he started a conversation with her that ended up with them exchanging numbers. So the next day, they meet up for dinner at Little Joe's Steakhouse — his pick. She was already impressed that he was bringing her to a steakhouse on the first date, so that was a definite plus. She loved getting to know him and he seemed like he has everything together. He was very passionate talking about his business and she loved his hustle. At the end of the date, they shared a goodbye kiss and that was that. The whole night seemed too good to be true… and she's guessing that it was. Because since then, he's been distant with her. She wants to know why. Follow us on Instagram: @thekeolashow Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheKeolaShow
This week's Bizzimumzi episode brings Ashley chatting with Michelle Pratt, CEO of Safe in the Seat. Michelle founded Safe in the Seat in 2018 when she couldn't find a go-to resource to help navigate this complex part of a child's safety in the car. She became and expert and the rest is history. Michelle is passionate about helping parents feel confident that they're doing all they can to keep their kids safe in the seat. As a Nationally Certified Child Passenger Safety Expert, Michelle spent years consulting with parents just like you- parents who simply need guidance or reassurance when it comes to traveling safely with their kids. On this Bizzimumzi episode topics discussed: * Traveling with newborns and what is highly recommended for our tiny little kiddos. * Ages to change the car seat. Graduating to forward facing. * Raising kiddos as a solo parent and running a business. * Car Seats and Potty training... What not to do. * Tips for first time parents and first time car seat buyers. The Bizzimumzi Podcast is brought to you by coffee-infused host Ashley Verma. This show is created to share all the ups, downs and all arounds of the wild world of parenting. Each week Ashley will be joined by a fellow inspiring, thriving and surviving Bizzimumzi – who will share their own journey. This podcast is your weekly opportunity to take a deep breath as we try to navigate the wild world of parenting; think of this podcast as the safe space where we are not too hard on ourselves, we share our humility and relish in overcoming the inevitable failures that simply happen. This is a podcast for those who are unapologetically At Its Best, even when 'At its Best' means the dishes aren't done, there is crayon on the walls and your hair hasn't been washed in forever. We Are Bizzimumzi. We love hearing from you! Get in touch with any topic suggestions, questions and feedback at: email@example.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Disturbingly Pragmatic with Dave and Paul
This Episode has EVERYTHING!It's got: Three of our Patreon Exclusive aftershows!Episode 72 Aftershow:Reading Rainbow!More Creepy Stories!Ginger Gs!Ghostly Clothes Folding!Wear Your Helmet!Cabin In The Woods!Creepy Old Dead Lady!Creepy Phone Calls!It's Coming From Inside The House!Dave Needs Lots of Vitamin D! WINK!Low Energy Dave!Yawning!Homeless In A Car Recording A Podcast!Episode Links!Episode 72!Cabin In The Woods! Episode 87 Aftershow:Leonard Talks!Will The Cats Eat Us?!Dave's Depressive Episode!Leonard Talks Again!Woman Kicks Insensitive Ass of a Husband Out of the Delivery Room!Brass Balls!Ripped Off!Pregnancy Defense!LEONARD!Don't Be An Asshole!Lilly White Undercarriage!You Poop When You Push!Thank You For Your Support!Episode Links!Episode 87!Woman Kicks Husband Out of Delivery Room! Episode 102 Aftershow: Apres Ski!We Recorded on Tuesday Night Because Paul Went to Windsor!We're Recording on Paul's Birthday!We Fly By the Seat of Our Pants!Sushi Birthday!Diabetes Candy!Good Sugars!Ketones!"Curb Your Enthusiasm" Is Hilarious!Paul is Delicate!Patreon-Only "I Wish I Didn't Know" Trivia!Yawning!World's Oldest Sex Worker!Oral Fun!Sperms! And Underwears!Dave Misses Paul!Bad Beds!Hotel Fun!You Do You! Episode Links!Episode 102!Music Credit!Opening Music Graciously Supplied By: https://audionautix.com/ Visit Our Patreon! Email Us Here: Disturbinglypragmatic@gmail.comWhere To Find Us!: Disturbingly Pragmatic Link Tree!
State Republicans held a convention in Sacramento over the weekend and with the primary less than a year away no one has stepped forward to announce a run for Senator Dianne Feinstein's seat. What do you make of that?
The Real Estate Syndication Show
When it comes to talent selection, it's not just always about hiring more people. Rather, organizing tasks to keep them aware of what they're good at and what energizes them is more crucial. In today's episode, our guest Jimmy Edwards talks about the importance of having the right people in the right seats in your business. He shares his journey of how he found his way into the real estate industry and multifamily market.He also discusses with us his hiring process and how he ensures that he's hiring the right people for his team and how he itemizes people's strengths and weaknesses to understand who is best suited for what role. Tune in now and learn more about what made Jimmy successful and how he delegates tasks the right way! Key Points From This Episode: Jimmy shares how he got into real estate, his hiring process and how he finds the right talent.The current scaling of Jimmy's business.The importance of having the right person in the right seat, as well as Jimmy's transition from being in the wrong seat to learning what the right seat was.The process of ensuring the team is in the right place and how Jimmy thinks through their strengths and weaknesses.How did Jimmy approach his team members?How to know if there's a person better suited for a certain role.The way Jimmy is preparing for the next recession or a downturn and how to ensure they're prepared for the next deal.Jimmy's best source for meeting new investors.The most important metrics that Jimmy tracks both personally and professionally.Tweetables:“We had a bunch of deals under contract that kind of fell apart, everything's kind of happens for a reason, I believe… and then you figure it out and you look back you're like awesome.” - Jimmy Edwards“I have a few deals under management right now which allows me to reorganize, restructure and systemize the business so that throughout the next expansion, we can buy 10,000 doors.” - Jimmy Edwards“I know I'm headed in the right direction when immediately my personal energy changes. I know I have the right idea because I get energized and all the weight falls off.” - Jimmy Edwards“Hopefully, we've been successful at systemizing and organizing, getting people in the right seats so that we can scale through the next expansion.” - Jimmy Edwards“I'm just trying to get back to my team, empower them, let them, get them happy, get through some of these things so that we can keep scaling.” - Jimmy Edwards“Sometimes you miss things because you're solving a small problem along the way, but you don't realize that you took a misstep until it starts clogging up the wheel.” - Jimmy EdwardsLinks Mentioned in Today's Episode:Rich Dad Poor Dad BookHigh Five Multifamily WebsiteAbout Jimmy EdwardsJimmy Edwards is the Founder of High Five Multifamily, a real estate solutions company that focuses on the acquisition and revitalization of distressed and value-add multifamily investment property. Since 2017, High Five Multifamily has bought and sold 868 units and is currently looking for opportunities in the DFW and San Antonio areas. Jimmy has been an investor since 2011 in both single-family and multifamily properties, has bought and sold over 100 single-family houses, and has purchased six apartment complexes.
Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis
The Panthers are now in the driver's seat after trading with the Bears for the number 1 spot in the draft. The Jalen Ramsey trade show the Dolphins are on the rise while the Rams are on the decline. Get ready for some flogging in the FSR Bracket Challenge and a recap of the Oscars on the FSR IR.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What makes hottie seat coaching a great tool for selling your services? When does it go south fast? We are diving into how to use hottie seat coaching to grow your business–and a few things you should avoid when using this tool for marketing. Tune in now. Join our Facebook Community! https://joyfulbusinessrevolution.com/FB
In this inaugural episode of Season 4, Mary Ann Korenic, CEO of The Chicago Trust Company at Wintrust Wealth Management, shares her leadership and life journey. Having faced numerous personal and professional hardships, Mary Ann shares her perspectives on facing adversity and discusses how these challenges forced her to persevere and ultimately, conquer new summits. Many thanks to Discover for sponsoring the 2023 Season Podcast of “A Seat at the Table”. SHOW NOTES: [2:15] The Path to Becoming CEO [7:23] Skills Executive Leaders Need [9:35] Learning to Be Better, Not Bitter [12:00] Facing Health Challenges [13:58] Persevering Through the Impossible [17:00] Career Summits: Helping Others to Grow and Lead [19:46] The Benefits of Board Service [23:24] Don't Call Them “Resolutions”…Call Them “Continual Improvements” Discussion Questions: · How are you pushing yourself to not have to be in every meeting, or step away from some of the details, to allow yourself time to focus on more strategic issues? · Can you think of a situation where you might have achieved a better outcome if you had used the 'power of the pause'? · How are you taking care of your own health and well-being, and how are modeling that for your team so that they also make their health a priority? · Where might there be an opportunity for you to tap someone on the shoulder and offer them a stretch opportunity?
God is God, and you are not. Deep down, you know that to be true, but when you respond in anger from being triggered, you may be expressing the unfairness of not getting your way. But how about a triggering question? Who said that you were supposed to get your own way? Join us for week 2 for a challenging message on what your response should be when you become triggered. Speaker: Pastor Danny Anderson
A SEAT at THE TABLE: Leadership, Innovation & Vision for a New Era
E-commerce is an essential retail channel, but the costs associated with selling online have become daunting.From soaring warehousing and last mile delivery costs to high volumes of returns, it can get to the point where the more you sell, the more money you lose.One cost that has gotten out of control is customer acquisition cost or CAC.Those pay-per-click ads that drive traffic also take a bit out your margins - in fact they can devour so much of your profits that many sellers are left with mere crumbs.Today Liam Patterson, co-founder of Bidnamic, a marketing technology platform that helps retailers unlock the full potential of Google Shopping, is joining us here on A Seat at The Table.Bidnamic uses AI to help retailers optimise their ad spend on Google Shopping, the leading pay-per-click advertising platform.In this episode Liam will be discussing:- How the best players are competing - and winning - using Google Shopping.- How AI can help retailers attract better traffic - rather than more traffic.- How to develop a strategy to make better ad spend decisions.USEFUL LINKS:Asianet Consultants: https://asianetconsultants.comBidnamic: www.bidnamic.comLiam Patterson: Linkedin.com/in/liam-pattersonVisit A Seat at The Table's website at https://seat.fm
I'm BACCCCCCK! Kinda. In this episode your host, Pitt speaks about his momentary hiatus from the podcast. He speaks on his experience playing Martin Luther King Jr. in 'The Mountaintop', living life in your 20's and the Ja Morant situation. If you could be so kind to Like, Comment and Subscribe. In A Minute. IG:homefld.otlpitt.otlEmail:firstname.lastname@example.org
Listen to Health Affairs' Vabren Watts and Ryann Tanap discuss a new peer-reviewed article published in Learned Publishing where Health Affairs shares our journey to advance racial equity in scholarly publishing of health policy and health services research.They also discuss a recently-published Health Affairs Forefront article about our progress since 2020 — what we have achieved and what we have learned.Our hope is that by sharing our story, we might help your organization join us in this journey.Health Affairs' equity work was supported by the Colorado Health Foundation and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.Related Links: A seat for all: Advancing racial equity in scholarly publishing of health policy and health services research (Learned Publishing) Health Affairs Details Journey Of Advancing Equity In Scholarly Publishing (Health Affairs Forefront) Currently, more than 70 percent of our content is freely available — and we'd like to keep it that way. With your support, we can continue to keep our digital publication Forefront and podcasts free for everyone.
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How is it we had never actually done MAD as an episode title? This ends today, however the mad MADrid dash from T4S to T4 never does. Alex has lots to say about BA and it's …not great (he's not alone to think like this). Paul calls it, the better London airport is definitively Gatwick (stop being a wannabe posh by preferring LHR). Lufthansa introduces a grand new First Class, and a super complex Tetris business class with 14+ options (Swiss introduces the same, but in bordeaux). Will Dolomiti be folded into ITA (the ever growing Lufthansa Group realm of the European skies). Emirates is the Apple of airlines, you might not love them but they offer incredible consistency at massive scale, truly admirable (DXB could do with a bit of a refresh though). You know what, you can fly the 747-400 to Palma (BE QUICK, BEFORE THE 744 ERA ENDS).We mentioned (and promised to link) those two:The worst airport in the world (by Jo Ellison, in the FT, paywall possible, I'M SORRY, JO, FOR MISNAMING YOUR LAST NAME!!!!), andThe DISGRACEFUL State of British Airways (by Nonstop Dan, on YouTube).See you again for 127, and, in the meanwhile, please give us any feedback on Twitter or Instagram (and Apple Podcasts if you're inclined to give us a nice review).
This week, after seeing influencer Audrey Peters TikTok bragging about being non-accommodating to families, I'm rallying to change the narrative around kids on airplanes. Sat near a screaming baby on your recent 10 hour flight? Tough stuff, but much tougher for the parents than it was for you.
Seat Yourself sits down with Shelly Fink... and we talk about it all! Why JJ is responsible for saving her life and her marriage!? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
After yet another hilarious bungling of his job is Chuck Fletcher's hot seat reaching lava like temperatures? Justin and Cameron go into detail at why you should still continue to watch the Philadelphia hockey team.Twitter Accounts:@FlyGuysPodcast@GoodhartJustin@CameronKline15Got a burning question you want answered? Hit us up on our show's twitter and we will get to it in the next show!
It can be exciting or scary to realize the many promotion opportunities in your business. At first you spend a lot of time in each of the low or mid levels of business but eventually it will be required for you to master and move into the CEO seat. This requires boundaries, mindset focused work and guidance especially if you have never been in this position. For more details on how to work with me for mindset or business coaching, send me a message on IG @iamninahayes
Duane Adams is running for State Senate District 10 and he joined Jeff Katz to talk about his policies, what he wants to accomplish and more!
Iliza gives her birthday party report and tells a soccer dad to back off.
The Remarkable Coach with Micheal Pacheco
Alan Heymann is a husband, father, runner, and reader that began executive coaching after 20 years of working for other people. In this episode of The Remarkable Coach, Micheal and Alan talk about coaching introverts, the symptoms of leaders looking for a change, the stakes of coaching, and the power of post-mortems – aka “How could I have handled that differently?" About Alan: Alan Heymann has a knack for coaching fellow introverts, helping them find their superpowers in an extroverted world. Alan also specializes in coaching through transitions. To date, Alan has coached leaders who were born in 26 countries and work on 5 continents. His clients have spanned corporations (including the Fortune 50), nonprofit organizations, public utilities, and governments at the federal, county, and municipal levels. Where to find Alan:https://peacefuldirection.com https://linkedin.com/in/alanheymann Book Links:Don't Just Have the Soup: 52 Analogies for Leadership, Coaching and Life – Alan Heymann The Leader You Want to Be: Five Essential Principles for Bringing Out Your Best Self--Every Day – Amy Jen Su The Memo: What Women of Color Need to Know to Secure a Seat at the Table – Minda Harts Other Links: Thesoupbook.com
Over The Monster: for Boston Red Sox fans
In Episode 270 of “The Red Seat”, Jake Devereaux (@DevJake) and Bob Osgood (@BobOsgood15 )discuss the latest Red Sox news. Topics include: Their biggest takeaways from Spring Training. Who will leadoff to start the year? If Justin Turner hits the IL, who will fill in for him? Listener Questions! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Dom Giordano reads back and responds to a press release by the Mastriano camp that suggests he'd beat sitting Senator Bob Casey in a head-to-head match. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
The Cale Clarke Show - Today's issues from a Catholic perspective.
What is the “Seat of Moses?” Why does Jesus say, “call no man father?” And what is the “Wheel of Life”?
Ever heard of studying abroad on a boat with 600 students? Yes, it's a thing. Semester at sea is open to any college student, provided they can afford to pay for it. In this episode, we hear from one lucky former semester at sea student Danielle Seat, who spent four months cruising 12 countries during college.
Back in the drivers seat. We've got it all tonight. Carr lands in 'Narlins, the QB carousel is winding up, Ja Morants an idiot, NFL trade rumors, live betting is here, motorsports minute, and of course, YOUR CALLS. 774-992-8702 ***Audio Only Live Stream*** www.mixlr.com/joey-
The Athletic's Matt Slater joined Joe Molloy on The Football Show to discuss the latest developments in the potential takeover of Manchester United. ⚽️ with Sky.
As kids, we learned a lot about leadership, what it means to exhibit qualities of a leader, to lead others effectively, and to be a guide to our classmates or to our siblings. Here's the gap: our education system fell short at teaching us how to lead ourselves. We've been conditioned to do exactly what and when to do certain things, with little to no wiggle room for us to practice self-leadership. As we got older, this programming translates into us clocking in and out of our day jobs. And we see this in the world of entrepreneurship, particularly in the world of online business, where there's a lot of people leading others to do things on their timelines, rather than trusting people to lead themselves to their own correctness, to know what and when is correct for them to do it. In this episode, we'll dive deep into the concept of self-leadership and what it really means to be a self-led individual. You'll learn how it shows up in business, and in other areas of your life. Here's some hard truth, with love: Living a self-led life is more work, and it may be uncomfortable at first because it might go against what you've learned and experienced thus far. Remember, you've got this. Enjoy! Join The Business School Membership: https://members.nicholejoy.com/online-business-school-membership Let's Connect: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nichole_joy__/
Nominations for the State Election close at lunchtime as the Liberal party makes a surprise pick for the south coast seat of Kiama.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Buddhist Temple of Toledo Podcast
This Dharma Talk was given by the Reverend Jay Rinsen Weik Roshi at the Buddhist Temple of Toledo on September 04, 2022. In this talk Reverend Roshi comments on the importance of noticing the basic feeling tone of your life while on the cushion through discussion of the Faith Mind Poem. If you would like to learn more about the Buddhist Temple of Toledo or to make a donation in support of this podcast please visit buddhisttempleoftoledo.org.
Last week, A U.S. appeals court denied requiring a minimum airplane seat size rule necessary for passenger safety. Therefore, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) cannot be forced to adopt minimum requirements, the court found. FAA has no compelling evidence that the tight seating slowed down emergency exits and caused medical risks like blood clots. Listen to this week's episode to hear Tom discuss the Circuit Judge's decision.
This is an unusual episode as it started with an announcement and casually moved into a discussion on the Seat of the Teacher.The announcement was that the hosts of Anecdotal Anatomy are heading to Las Vegas for a Podcast Convention and will be taking a week or two off from dropping full episodes. They are planning to do “lives” on social media, as well as other recordings that will fill these Thursday morning drops until after their return.Some of this conversation may be uncomfortable for some to hear, especially if there's a shadow to be illuminated. To be clear, none of what is discussed is an indictment of any individual teacher, school, studio, or class, rather observations of the bigger culture of Yoga as we continue to figure out what that looks like in the West. It is an ongoing conversation and can foster frustration as well as great clarity and “aha” moments.Whether one follows a particular lineage or enjoys the variety of teachings that are being offered and consumed, it is ultimately up to the student to verify, evaluate, and contextualize. This takes effort and curiosity.Scrutiny is not a judgment; it is a refining tool that allows for better understanding of the origin stories and evolution of what we hold and treasure today as modern Yoga.In no way should anyone feel shamed for teaching what they've been taught, we start where we are and go from there. If open and present, teachers show up in the most unlikely places and help guide us to higher ground. Often, that is uncomfortable, as Sherry shares a humbling story that reactivated a curiosity that had become dormant. Theresa's view on the path of professional development was grounding and an important reminder that we start where we are, or we may become paralyzed and never begin at all.The value of honoring the practices contained in lineage is that they have withstood the test of time, decades & centuries (some, millennia). There's something to be said for that, as we innovate and improvise, we must also honor and attribute to the source.While this episode may feel a bit confrontational at times, it is balanced by the direct experience of magical moments on the mat, teachers who touch hearts, fearless students who show up to expand their bodies, hearts & minds, and the compassion that allows us to grow through resistance.Ending on an UP note!Both hosts met at a local yoga studio in Yardley, PA called, The Prancing Peacock. Theresa was teaching the anatomy module of the 200-hour teacher training (2010) and Sherry was taking the training. Liz Conner, Chief Peacock (owner of the studio), has built a community grounded in compassion, big dreaming, and love. So many who have passed through those doors are living dreams that were seeded on her enchanted property. While Theresa & Sherry no longer actively teach there, they acknowledge the significance of their time and experience at the Prancing Peacock and it has, in part, led them here.The hosts are grateful for all that came before, all that is for now, and the mystery of what is to come!Heartfelt Sources for further study:Tantra Illuminated (book) by Christopher D. Wallis WebsiteCHITHEAD (Podcast) – E#9 with Christopher TompkinsPrancing Peacock Yoga StudioOur Amazing Team:
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Each month, a panel of constitutional experts convenes to discuss the Court's upcoming docket sitting by sitting. The cases that will be covered are included below. Gonzalez v. Google (February 21) – Telecommunications; Whether Section 230(c)(1) of the Communications Decency Act allows social media companies to make targeted recommendations of information provided by another content […]
Historian Rebecca Boggs Roberts joins Sharon on Here's Where It Gets Interesting to talk about her upcoming book, Untold Power. Long time listeners are no strangers to the lives of First Ladies, and today we talk about Edith Wilson, who was so much more than just her husband's wife. When she met Woodrow Wilson, she was an independent, fashionable small business owner, and she had no plans to stand in the shadows.Thank you to our guest, Rebecca Boggs Roberts.Hosted by: Sharon McMahonGuest: Rebecca Boggs RobertsExecutive Producer: Heather JacksonAudio Producer: Jenny SnyderResearcher: Valerie Hoback Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Pilot Seat - Spinning Circles a 2022 self-released single. The Shoreline, WA-based band Pilot Seat only just started playing together in 2021 and released their first three singles in 2022 but have already made a name for themselves locally with a strong legion of loyal fans huddled closely to the stages they've played. The video for their second single “A Place Like Nowhere Else” has already racked up 2.7k views in the five months since its release which is nothing to scoff at for a band just at its beginning. Our Song of the Day, “Spinning Circles,” is their third and latest release and shows the band at their dreamiest. The song starts with a jangly guitar melody and softly cooed lyrics about the anxieties that plague the mind late at night with the song building and bursting with cathartic release, mimicking the moments of letting go. Pilot Seat will be competing in this year's 2nd annual 21-and-under Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) music showcase, Sound Off! They'll be performing on Saturday, February 25th alongside other up-and-coming local artists King Zaae, defsharp, and lavenderhayez. Watch the official video for “A Place Like Nowhere Else,” directed by Quang Nguyen, and read the full post at KEXP.org.Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
While Black A Podcast on Black Excellence
What is stopping you from claiming a seat at the table of your choosing or creating your own table should that be your preference. In so many cases the answer is simple - Us! it If you are a dreamer, and lets be honest, which of us is not, then this episode is for you. Our guest is a builder, dreamer, achiever and amazingly dope individual by the name of Bimma Williams. Bimma identified somethings missing in his world early and has spent every day since filling in the gaps for himself and for us--- he has literally created a business, agency, and podcast around helping us fill our voids and tell our stories outloud. Listen, React, and Share then go engage with Bimma here and his Agency Claima here Don't forget to get social with While Black IG: WHILE_BLACK; TWITTER @whileblackpc; FB @whileblackpodcast or email: email@example.com Recorded @ drsatl.com Theme song Produced by Wahid Gomes and licensed through Verde Music Group
For years, Teva Johnstone has been dedicated to her career of helping children through child therapy and social work. But when she saw her peers committing what she believed to be unethical malpractice by affirming gender dysphoria in children and, in some cases, encouraging medical transition, not even her lifelong liberalism could keep her from voting conservative for the first time ever. Now, she's on a mission to help parents feel empowered by reminding them that they have agency over their children!In this episode, Alex and Teva discuss how child therapy has morphed into activism, why children with autism are more susceptible to believing they're trans, and why it's important that parents of autistic children be staunch supporters of free speech and intellectual autonomy.Find Teva on Substack & on IG! Show your skincare routine some love by trying Nimi Skincare! Go to Nimi Skincare and use code ALEXCLARK to get 10% off your order. Check out Garnuu and use code spillover to receive 15% off your first month of organic tampons when you subscribe exclusively for Spillover listeners!Go to Good Ranchers and use code CLARK to get $30 off any box. Good Ranchers: American Meat Delivered.Looking for like-minded friends? Join the Cuteservative Facebook groupListen at 9 PM PST/ MIDNIGHT EASTERN every Thursday by subscribing to ‘The Spillover' on Apple Podcasts and Spotify ☕️✨ Watch this episode HERE.Support the show