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Daily Compliance News
July 28, 2022 the Take the SFO Seriously edition

Daily Compliance News

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 6:57


In today's edition of Daily Compliance News: UK needs to take SFO (and fraud) seriously. (FT) Neymar (et al) to stand trial for fraud in transfer to Barca. (ESPN) Credit Suisse to conduct a strategic review. Will it include compliance? (WSJ) Musk wants more time to prepare for trial (yet again). (Reuters) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Jason Walls: Winston Peters lashes out at 'spurious allegations', SFO and media after NZ First Foundation acquittals

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 6:14


New Zealand First leader Winston Peters has lashed out at what he says were "spurious allegations" levelled against two men acquitted over donations fraud today. The former deputy prime minister's comments come after an anonymous duo — accused of obtaining by deception after donations to the New Zealand First Foundation (NZFF) — were this morning found not guilty in the High Court. "From the moment these spurious allegations were first raised and then perpetuated by many in the media, day after day, and month after month, I maintained that there had been no wrongdoing," Peters said after the verdicts by Justice Pheroze Jagose, who presided over the judge-alone trial last month. Peters has distanced himself from NZFF, which the court heard was established to help modernise and raise funds for the party, and has strenuously denied any wrongdoing after it first came under scrutiny in media reports during November 2019. The accused pair were charged by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) just before the 2020 general election. "We took the SFO to court before the last election and forced them to admit that no crime had been committed by the New Zealand First Leader, any New Zealand First Minister, Member of Parliament, or party member. However, the SFO then pursued charges against the New Zealand First Foundation," Peters said. NZ First also failed in a bid to stop the charges from becoming public until after a government was formed. When the charges became public, Peters said he and the party were "exonerated" and was critical of the SFO's decision to lay charges near the time of the election. Peters claimed the victims of the case "are the New Zealand people and our democracy". He also took particular umbrage with the media's reporting of the case. "We once had a country where one was innocent until proven guilty. Now it is guilty until proven innocent," Peters said. "Sadly, a lot of people don't have the resources to clear their names, whether in the media or in the courts." Peters' absence from the trial was a topic of discussion in the courtroom, with defence lawyer Tudor Clee arguing that NZ First's hierarchy was not deceived and the leader was "significantly" absent from the Crown's witness list. Both of the defendants denied two charges of obtaining by deception for what the SFO alleged was a fraudulent scheme, over a four-year period to early 2020, to conceal nearly $750,000 in donations. The SFO alleged the defendants' scheme was to deceive the NZ First party secretary and the Electoral Commission and maintain control of the donation money. The Electoral Act requires a political party secretary to submit an annual return of donations to the Electoral Commission. Prosecutor Paul Wicks QC said none of the donations to the NZFF over the four-year period were accounted for. Justice Jagose found the payments to NZFF were not "party donations" as defined under the Electoral Act. For donations greater than $15,000 in a calendar year, the identity of the donor must also be noted. The Government has proposed changes to donations law, including lowering the limit for public disclosure of donors from $15,000 to $5000 by the 2023 election. Today's judgment follows Justice Jagose's decision two days ago to permanently suppress the identities of the two men. Another political donations trial involving the Labour and National parties is due to begin in the High Court at Auckland on Monday. - by Sam Hurley, NZ HeraldSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Pat Thurston Show Podcast
Pat Thurston: Jackie Speier on Potential Clinic at SFO

The Pat Thurston Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 0:57


Congresswoman Jackie Speier tells Pat Thurston about her discussion with Mayor London Breed and SFO director Ivar C. Satero about a potential abortion clinic at SFO. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Key Change
Spark of Imagination: Generations of the Pueblo Opera Program with Sonja & Seth Martinez

Key Change

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 34:51


If you're unfamiliar with Santa Fe Opera's Pueblo Opera Program (POP), take a quick journey back in time for part one of this conversation. Go ahead; we'll wait. In it, you'll meet Renee Roybal and Claudene A. Martinez, both members of Pueblo of San Ildefonso. The pair recall the early days of POP and the formation of the Pueblo Opera Cultural Council (POCC). Now that you're sufficiently caught up, join Andrea Fellows Fineberg as her time machine co-pilot Kyle Gray, SFO's Manager of Community Relations & Government Affairs, wraps up the conversation (for now.)  Renee and Claudene return to share recollections of their early collaborative interactions with legendary director Peter Sellars in conjunction with the 2018 world premiere of Doctor Atomic. Then Sonja and Seth Martinez, Renee's daughter and grandson, share memories of the SFO visits that shaped their affinity for opera. The discussion concludes with a roundtable wishlist of future POP-lead initiatives. “I definitely remember paying attention to the weather,” Sonja laughs, recalling stormy visits to the outdoor opera house before its much-anticipated roof upgrade. The unexpected theatrics only added to the excitement of attending world-class opera in her own backyard. What could compare to opera amid wild thunderstorms? The thrill of watching family and friends perform on that same majestic stage. “It was very exciting!” says Seth of the corn dance that POCC created as part of Doctor Atomic. He hopes SFO continues to integrate Indigenous traditions into its future seasons (along with more comedy, operas about space, and significant historical events). Meanwhile, his mother envisions expanded opportunities for Indigenous children to explore performance- and stagecraft-based endeavors. POP and POCC ensure that that future is within reach. FEATURING Andrea Fellows Fineberg - Host, Key Change Kyle Gray, Santa Fe Opera Manager of Community Relations & Government Affairs Renee Roybal, Pueblo of San Ildefonso Claudene A. Martinez, Pueblo of San Ildefonso Sonja Martinez Seth Martinez MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Doctor Atomic - Santa Fe Opera, 2018 RELATED EPISODES Season 4, Episode 4: Story With Purpose: The Origin of the Pueblo Opera Cultural Council with Renee Roybal and Claudene A. Martinez Season 2, Episode 6: The Universe is Made of Stories: A conversation with Peter Sellars  *** Key Change is a production of The Santa Fe Opera in collaboration with Opera for All Voices. Produced and edited by Andrea Klunder at The Creative Impostor Studios Hosted by Andrea Fellows Fineberg Audio Engineer: Kabby at Kabby Sound Studios in Santa Fe Show Notes: Lisa Widder Theme music by Rene Orth with Corrie Stallings, mezzo-soprano, and Joe Becktell, cello Cover art by Dylan Crouch This podcast is made possible due to the generous funding from the Melville Hankins Family Foundation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and an OPERA America Innovation Grant, supported by the Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation.   To learn more about Opera For All Voices, visit us at SantaFeOpera.org.

A Long Walk North >> Father Daughter Hiking The Pacific Crest Trail
Ep.16 - Chris Pierrelo w/ Triple Crown Coffee (followed by Chantal's Summer Update)

A Long Walk North >> Father Daughter Hiking The Pacific Crest Trail

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 103:21


This Episode's Time Stamps, Photos and links to Things, Gear, Articles, and YouTube Videos, you will find in the SHOW NOTES for this episode. Follow Chris with Triple Crown Coffee on Instagram. You can check out Triple Crown Coffee on the Web and order some today here. Chris's segment is for 63 minutes and it runs from the 4 min mark and goes to the 1hour and 9 min mark. Dan adds a segment after Chris with his Daughter recapping her two summer trips... one to NYC and the second one to California and LA, SFO and San Diego. This segment with Chantal lasts about 33 minutes. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hikethepct/message

Key Change
Story With Purpose: The Origin of the Pueblo Opera Cultural Council with Renee Roybal and Claudene A. Martinez

Key Change

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 40:11


All aboard the Key Change time machine for a two-part trip! On this half of the journey, we toggle back to the origins of a beloved community-based program and then forward to celebrate its exciting expansion. 2023 will mark the 50th anniversary of the Pueblo Opera Program, lovingly known around the Santa Fe Opera as POP.  Key Change commemorates this momentous event by passing the mic to colleague Kyle Gray, SFO's Manager of Community Relations & Government Affairs. Kyle and his guests discuss the POP legacy and Pueblo Opera Cultural Council (POCC), which blossomed out of an artistic collaboration between legendary director Peter Sellars and SFO's Indigenous neighbors during the 2018 production of Doctor Atomic — with guests Renee Roybal, Pueblo of San Ildefonso, and Claudene A. Martinez, Pueblo of San Ildefonso. “I'm 63 years old, and I've been going to and enjoying opera since I was a teenager,” Renee says. For nearly 50 years, POP has introduced thousands of Native American children to the grand adventure of opera. Both women have fond memories of inspiring behind-the-scenes tours, inventive performances, and rides on plush buses to the most anticipated social event of the summer.  With POP's legacy secure, the women have focused on POCC, which features members of the San Ildefonso Pueblo, Santa Clara Pueblo, and Tesuque Pueblo. POCC seeks to foster the Indigenous tradition of cross-cultural hospitality. Claudene says the Doctor Atomic experience was a meaningful beginning for the advisory. “I think that's how POCC [will] continue to work with the opera, on other future moments that we could get involved in and educate.” FEATURING Andrea Fellows Fineberg - Host, Key Change Kyle Gray, Santa Fe Opera Manager of Community Relations & Government Affairs Renee Roybal, Pueblo of San Ildefonso Claudene A. Martinez, Pueblo of San Ildefonso MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE Doctor Atomic - Santa Fe Opera, 2018 RELATED EPISODES DSFO0201: More Voices at the *** Key Change is a production of The Santa Fe Opera in collaboration with Opera for All Voices. Produced and edited by Andrea Klunder at The Creative Impostor Studios Hosted by Andrea Fellows Fineberg Audio Engineer: Kabby at Kabby Sound Studios in Santa Fe Show Notes: Lisa Widder Theme music by Rene Orth with Corrie Stallings, mezzo-soprano, and Joe Becktell, cello Cover art by Dylan Crouch This podcast is made possible due to the generous funding from the Melville Hankins Family Foundation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and an OPERA America Innovation Grant, supported by the Ann and Gordon Getty Foundation.   To learn more about Opera For All Voices, visit us at SantaFeOpera.org. Table: Community Engagement and Opera with Kyle Gray

KGO 810 Podcast
Nikki Medoro - SFO parking rates going up, as are COVID cases with more transmissible variants

KGO 810 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 17:24


We're at the height of the summer travel season and the Morning Show with Nikki Medoro advises you purchase your parking reservation TODAY because rates for SFO parking go up almost 40% tomorrow.  Also, some experts are advising us to put your masks back on, indoors and outdoors, as COVID variants are adapting to become more transmissible.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Tapioca Talk Podcast
SFO TO MANILA

Tapioca Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 30:45


Whats up family! TTP is back and reporting from the PHILIPPINES. I've finally settled in somewhat and I PROMISE to upload 2 pods a week every Monday and Thursday. Enjoy!

Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield
#475: Changing The Face Of Investing & Leaving A Legacy with Arlan Hamilton

Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 58:58 Very Popular


From living in the SFO airport to running $20M in VC funds, Arlan shares her incredible journey My guest on this episode is an absolute inspiration -- and I don't say that lightly. Her name is Arlan Hamilton, and she is the managing partner of Backstage Capital, a company that she founded while houseless. Backstage Capital is a new kind of Venture Capitalism (VC) -- one that invests in founders who are people of color, women, and/or LGBTQ+. Arlan identifies as all three.  And as if running 20 million dollars in VC funds isn't enough to fill her plate, she's also an author, speaker, and host of her own podcast, Your First Million. Her other company, Runner, connects inclusive companies with operations talent.  Arlan is doing really big things in a really big way. I admire her so much -- not only is she making the business landscape a heck of a lot better for underrepresented founders and entrepreneurs, but she is creating a legacy for generations to come.  I am SO excited for you to hear this important conversation, sweet friend, because it's pretty powerful. In our interview, you'll hear:  Arlan's journey to becoming an activist entrepreneur Ways you can support people of color, women, and the LGBTQ+ entrepreneurial communities How to deal with rejection while still moving forward What you can do to be a good candidate for gaining an investor I hope this episode is just as insightful and inspiring for you as it was for me. So if you're ready to meet Arlan, pop in your Airpods, get comfy, and enjoy! Here's a glance at this episode... [03:07] A decade ago, Arlan Hamilton didn't know what a venture capitalist was. Now, she represents people who aren't traditionally represented in the venture capital space. [04:03] She had big goals and dreams, but she didn't think that venture capital would get her somewhere.  [10:39] Arlan was on the cover of Fast Company, along with other black women on the cover were Oprah, Beyoncé, and Serena Williams. Her venture capital firm has invested in over 200 companies so far. [25:53] Before you attempt to fundraise, get dialed in on what you truly need. When making a pitch, lean in to what is great about your company. Investors like it when you can show profit or have a large waiting list. [33:44] Runner is another company Arlan has that connects talent with great companies. It helps inclusive companies find assistants.  [41:39] Arlan shares the amazing story of how she ended up sitting in the front row of a Janet Jackson concert, and how later in life, she was able to do the same for other concert goers. Rate, Review, & Follow on Apple Podcasts "I love Amy and Online Marketing Made Easy."

Beyond the Opera
A Fresh Take on The Barber of Seville with Apprentice Alumni Emily Fons and Jack Swanson

Beyond the Opera

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 43:49


There's a reason why The Barber of Seville remains one of the most popular operas in the world. Gioachino Rossini's comedic masterpiece never fails to delight audiences with its lively music, whirlwind romance, and inevitable happy ending.  Host Jane Trembley speaks with mezzo-soprano Emily Fons and tenor Jack Swanson about their approach to providing a fresh take on one of opera's most familiar tales. The pair also give advice to anyone encountering The Barber of Seville for the first time and share wisdom from their time in the Santa Fe Opera Apprentice Program for Singers. Plus, Jane learns all about playing Cards Against Humanity with like-minded company, traveling opera pets, and helping Kelsey Grammar out of a jam. “The one thing I like to say about The Barber of Seville is that it's one of those operas where they really got the story right,” Jack says. “It's so easy to follow no matter what time period, no matter what costumes they're wearing, no matter what props they're using.” Who better to evaluate Rossini's genius than a performer who's played Count Almaviva in guises ranging from a 19th-century nobleman to a modern-day rockstar?  Emily, too, has appeared in multiple productions of this classic comedy. Her understanding of Rosina, the sparkling, rebellious recipient of Almaviva's affections, and the opera's themes have evolved along the way. “That's been my journey over time,” she explains, “from being bogged down in what I thought people's expectations were to finding how I wanted to tell this story.” As for returning to SFO, both Emily and Jack agree that no other organization is as supportive of apprentices and pros alike. “Thank you,” Emily says, “to the Santa Fe Opera and all those really special people.”  CREDITS Hosted by Jane Trembley Featuring: Emily Fons - Mezzo-Soprano Website Instagram Facebook Jack Swanson - Tenor Website Instagram Facebook CREDITS Destination Santa Fe Opera is a Santa Fe Opera podcast, produced and edited by Andrea Klunder at The Creative Impostor Studios. Post-Production Audio: Edwin R. Ruiz Hosted by: Jane Trembley Show Notes by: Lisa Widder *** Learn more about the Santa Fe Opera and plan your visit at http://www.santafeopera.org. We'd love for you to join us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and TikTok @santafeopera.

The Morning Breezecast
SFO is encouraging passengers to arrive extra early to catch their flights!

The Morning Breezecast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 1:49


SFO is encouraging passengers to arrive extra early to catch their flights!

Get Legally Speaking
White Collar Crime - What Is It All About?

Get Legally Speaking

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 35:03


Staggeringly, over £190 billion is lost to fraud in the UK every year; we simply cannot afford not to know more about white collar crime, and how it can affect every single one of us in our everyday lives! In this episode Hatti and senior barrister Neil Hawes QC explain what is meant by the term 'white collar crime', the most common examples of it, which authorities would prosecute perpetrators, as well as the punishments handed out for these crimes, and much much more! Do not miss out on listening to this interesting, eye-opening and informative episode!  #whitecollarcrime #fraud #criminalprosecution #sfo #cps #cma #leagallearning #getlegallyspeaking #hattisuvari #neilhawesqc #cruciblechambers

Interne Revision – souverän, kollegial und wirksam
Folge 219: Verbote blähen das Anweisungswesen auf

Interne Revision – souverän, kollegial und wirksam

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 5:07


„Es ist den Aufsichtspersonen untersagt, während der Prüfung zu schlafen.“ Wenn das Anweisungswesen für Lehrer solche Verbote enthält, ist Einiges schief gelaufen. Denn eine Auflistung von Verboten bläht das Anweisungswesen nur unnötig auf. Wenn Sie in der Internen Revision auf so etwas stoßen, sorgen Sie stattdessen dafür, dass die Anweisung das gewünschte Verhalten in Kombination mit dem gewünschten Ziel darstellt, bzw. dass Sinn und Zweck der Anweisung prinzipienorientiert formuliert werden. Das hält das Anweisungswesen schlank. Ich wünsche Ihnen viel Spaß beim Zuhören und erfolgreiche Prüfungsprozesse!

Where's the Lemonade?
#4.14 Travel Tips from Portugal

Where's the Lemonade?

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2022 37:01


This week Darren & Paige are in Portugal. Why Portugal? You have to listen to find out. They talk about some of the travel tips they have learned over the last eleven years of traveling together, including what not to pack and how to tip your waiter.Why Portugal? Resort in Praia Del-Rei Porto Coimbra Travel tips  It might be cheaper to travel from a different airport. SFO was about half as much as flying out of SMF for use. It might be cheaper to rent a car one way than to pay for parking. Check it out before you rule it out. Stay in some place central where you can make day trips into the different cities. We have done this on multiple occasions. Plan out an itinerary but be flexible. We had a rough idea Before you fly Get snacks for the flight Try and switch to a better seat. Unless you are my flight. Have a battery backup or charger for your devices Download shows to watch before getting to the airport. Bring a blanket or sweater. Airplane temperatures are hot and cold depending on who has control of the thermostat. Check out the travel documentation requirements. Including COVID. They are changing all the time. Clothing Do your homework and pack accordingly. Light rain jackets are always good. Proper shoes or sandals. On Paige's first trip outside of the US, she brought plenty of proper shoes. Eating Tipping customs Times restaurants are open or closed. In Portugal, everything is closed down from 3-7pm. What kind of food is local in the places you are visiting. If you are visiting different cities, they have different dishes. Bring snacks in your carry-on and in your suitcases. We have been in situations when nothing was open when we landed or got to the hotel. Find the local hangouts. Ask your uber driver and even someone at the front desk. It is cheaper than the typical tourist areas. Understand the local customs with food and restaurants. Just because bread is free in America, it is not accessible in most places. They may even put it on your table and not tell you how much it costs. Hydration. We are over hydrated in the US and in Europe. Most times, the water is as expensive as soda or beer. Craziness for us. Find out if you can drink the local water. Websites should have this information. Driving and Transportation Look at the travel blogs and Reddit for tips on traveling in a foreign country. Rental cars can give you flexibility if you are exploring. Toll roads are big in almost every country in Europe.  Look at trains and subway systems for big-city transportation. Parking can take time and cost lots of money. UBER and Lyft are great alternatives. Lemonade Moment of the WeekAfter exploring Porto with sore feet and tired bodies after a long day, Darren & Paige walk along the Douro River and find a wonderful evening of music and food.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

RING TIL DUE
Ring til Radio4 - Er det i orden at sige nej til arrangementer i folkeskolen?

RING TIL DUE

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 51:05


Der kan hurtigt komme mange arrangementer i familiekalenderen, hvis man har et par børn i folkeskolen. Sommerfester, juleklip, SFO-fest, forældrekaffe og alt muligt andet. Men er det ok at sige fra, og hvad betyder det for børnene? Og er det ok at sige fra fordi man som forældre ikke orker? Medvirkende: Maria Ørskov Akselvoll, sociolog, har skrevet en phD om skole-hjemsamarbejde. Rasmus Edelberg, fmd. interesseorganisationen Skole og Forældre See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Beyond the Opera
Creating New Worlds with Costume Director Blair Gulledge and Properties Director Eileen Garcia

Beyond the Opera

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 52:56


Bringing fantastical worlds to the Santa Fe Opera stage requires creativity, communication, and compassion. Host Jane Trembley chats with Costume Director Blair Gulledge and Properties Director Eileen Garcia about the intense year-round effort that goes into planning and implementing the designs for each season. She also learns how these two department heads collaborate with one another and their commitment to providing a kinder, more supportive working environment for their teams, colleagues, and the Opera's guest performers. Scenery may set the stage, but costumes and props establish character, telegraph motivation, and advance the action. “What I love about this discipline is just that level of collaboration. You're not doing art in a vacuum,” says Blair, who will oversee the completion of 500+ costumes for this season alone.  Sure, creating alongside performing artists and backstage artisans at such a high level is available through other theatrical genres. But none deliver the visceral or emotional impact of opera––and few do so in a setting as celebrated as SFO.  Maintaining creative excellence involves meeting the needs of singers, designers, and support staff equally, even when not convenient. Both Blair and Eileen know they've realized that objective when the magic onstage looks effortless without testing the safety or sanity of those backstage.  “My goal is just to help tell that story, but it does require a balance and a delicacy,” Blair admits. That's where having a holistic approach to expectations and artistry works in everyone's favor, including the audience.  Eileen agrees. “You really can see that designer's original vision come to life,” she says, adding that the creative teams couldn't accomplish such astounding theatrical feats without having first “built that relationship based in trust and understanding of what our capabilities are here at the Opera.” FEATURING Blair Gulledge Costume Director, Santa Fe Opera Eileen Garcia Properties Director, Santa Fe Opera CREDITS Destination Santa Fe Opera is a Santa Fe Opera podcast, produced and edited by Andrea Klunder at The Creative Impostor Studios. Post-Production Audio: Edwin R. Ruiz Hosted by: Jane Trembley Show Notes by: Lisa Widder *** Learn more about the Santa Fe Opera and plan your visit at http://www.santafeopera.org. We'd love for you to join us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and TikTok @santafeopera.

Mads & Monopolet - podcast
Sara & Monopolet - podcast - 14. maj 2022

Mads & Monopolet - podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 98:37


Monopolet: Designer Lærke Bagger, tidl. minister Karsten Lauritzen og professor i formel filosofi Vincent Hendricks. Vært: Sara Bro. Dilemmaliste: 1. Lotte blev anbefalet af Sisse for år tilbage, og nu er Lotte i tvivl, om hun bør anbefale Sisse til sin nuværende arbejdsplads, selvom hun har svært ved at stå inde for Sisse. 2. Rasmus drømmer om at flytte fra Sjælland til Fyn, men nu har Rasmus' kæreste ombestemt sig og ønsker ikke at flytte fra deres nuværende bopæl alligevel. 3. Sara har haft togskinner på tænderne i fem af sine 22 leveår og er i tvivl om hun skal tage to år mere med bøjlen for at få et 100% perfekt bid. 4. Marie er godt gift, men efter hun har fået nyt arbejde drømmer hun næsten hver nat om sin tidligere kollega, som hun har følt sig meget tiltrukket af. 5. Mette er blevet inviteret til sin svigerindes surprisefest, men Mette genovervejer sin deltagelse, fordi hun som den eneste ikke er en del af svigerindens tætte venindegruppe. 6. Per er politibetjent og har opdaget, at en pædagog i hans søns SFO har en synlig tatovering, der udtrykker had over for politibetjente. 7. Martha føler sig som sin kærestes wikipedia og savner intellektuelt samspil i deres forhold. 8. Nannas nuværende kæreste og Nannas ekskæreste skal snart arbejde tæt sammen, og Nanna er i tvivl om hun skal dele sin hemmelighed med dem. 9. Johan har været inviteret på våd bytur i Aarhus, og synes det er dårlig stil, at hans ven nu har opkrævet ham penge for morgenmad og et lift hjem. 10. Anne og Martin står foran at skulle flytte sammen, men har et enkelt springende punkt, som de ikke kan blive enige om.

John McGinness
John McGinness Show May 10th

John McGinness

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 32:46


John talks about Mike Tyson not being charged for punching a fellow airline passenger and shares his Poll Question of the Day: "Mike Tyson is not going to be charged with anything following his viral outburst on a plane from SFO to Florida. The San Mateo County DA is not pursuing Tyson for assault because the victim was seen taunting Tyson. Do you agree with this decision?" Undersheriff Jim Barnes drops by the radio station to talk to us about the current state and future of law enforcement...

The JV Show Podcast
Kaiyarhea

The JV Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 100:28


On today's 5-10-22 Tuesday show: A doctor on TikTok says we are all doing it wrong when it comes to going pee, a mother and a son try to explain why their romantic relationship is normal, "Herping" is a new trend blowing up online, gas prices are back on the rise, Jack Harlow announces tour dates and none of them are in the Bay Area, a man got ab muscles tattooed on his stomach, Mike Tyson won't be charged for punching that guy at SFO, and a woman sparks a debate about where guys should be looking at the gym.

Beyond the Opera
Making Magic and Managing Mayhem Backstage with Mike Ortiz, Technical Director and Tracy Armagost, Production & Recruiting Coordinator

Beyond the Opera

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 46:33


Flash floods. Supply chain issues. Safety briefings. Would you believe this is opera?  Host Jane Trembley discovers that only at Santa Fe Opera does behind-the-scenes excitement rival onstage drama. She chats with Production & Recruiting Coordinator Tracy Armagost and Technical Director Mike Ortiz, the supportive, creative pair behind SFO backstage team. Tracy and Mike share their long histories with the opera, some of the magical (and nerve wracking!) moments they've helped bring to the stage, and exciting maneuvers to pay attention to in the upcoming season. “Our jobs mingle quite a bit, especially with the scheduling personnel management, on-stage rehearsals,” says Tracy of the day-to-day interaction she and Mike share. While that interaction peaks during the summer months, year-round communication between their departments is vital to maintaining SFO's reputation as a world-class arts organization.  Consider the weather-related variables of staging massive productions in an open-air theatre sat in the middle of a desert. Throw in the watchful eyes of audience members who prefer to observe change-overs at intermission rather than grab a refreshment in the lobby. Mike and Tracy fit these puzzle pieces (and many more) together on a per-show basis––often years before a production even lands on the stage. Safety is an additional concern for this duo. The onstage choreography between people and sets requires repeated practice to execute without endangering anyone. “There are sometimes multiple thousand-pound pieces of scenery moving really fast to get from point A to point B,” says Mike. “You could very easily get run over.” Both Tracy and Mike agree that as demanding as SFO productions are, there's no place like it in all of opera. “It's a unique place,” says Mike. “I'm very fortunate to have been able to climb the ladder here, to have a successful career, and be home in Santa Fe.”  CREDITS Hosted by Jane Trembley Featuring: Mike Ortiz Technical Director, Santa Fe Opera Tracy Armagost  Production & Recruiting Coordinator, Santa Fe Opera Destination Santa Fe Opera is a Santa Fe Opera podcast, produced and edited by Andrea Klunder at The Creative Impostor Studios. Post-Production Audio: Edwin R. Ruiz Hosted by: Jane Trembley Show Notes by: Lisa Widder *** Learn more about the Santa Fe Opera and plan your visit at http://www.santafeopera.org. We'd love for you to join us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and TikTok @santafeopera.

Philip Teresi Podcasts
Monday 4/25 Hour 3

Philip Teresi Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 41:39


A satellite photo appears to show a mass grave 150 ft by 80 ft in Mariupol that could hold the bodies of 1000 civilians. Questions arise about the inaction of the UN's Security Council over alleged war crimes committed by Russia, one of the P-5 members who has veto powers and whether or not reform is necessary. The drunk man who Mike Tyson punched on a plane out of SFO has retained a lawyer. He also has a rap sheet that includes convictions and time served for fraud, grand theft, burglary, possession of controlled substances and trafficking in stolen property. Following his wife's guilty plea in an elaborate kidnapping hoax ultimately busted by a DIY DNA test, Keith Papini, has filed for divorce.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

National Review's Radio Free California Podcast
Episode 221: Lithium Valley of the Dolls

National Review's Radio Free California Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 88:41


Contact:dbahnsen@thebahnsengroup.comwill@calpolicycenter.orgFollow Us:@DavidBahnsen@WillSwaim@TheRadioFreeCAShow Notes:Mike Tyson hits drunk, unruly passenger with flurry of punches aboard SFO plane Jill Biden's anger at Harris detailed in new book: 'Do we have to choose the one who attacked Joe?'California is aging — that's what makes Feinstein the perfect representativeAB-2098 Physicians and surgeons: unprofessional conduct.(2021-2022)Stanford Law: Vaccine misinformation and the First Amendment—The price of free speechCalifornia advances global climate leadership through expanded partnership with China Governor Newsom joins President Biden to uplift California's vision for an inclusive, sustainable, clean energy economy in Lithium ValleyAs lithium drilling advances at the Salton Sea, researchers work out the detailsRevolt in Disney's Florida kingdomAnaheim settles Angel Stadium sale dispute with state for $96 millionPlagues & Pleasures on the Salton Sea

KMJ's Afternoon Drive
Monday 4/25 Hour 3

KMJ's Afternoon Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 41:39


A satellite photo appears to show a mass grave 150 ft by 80 ft in Mariupol that could hold the bodies of 1000 civilians. Questions arise about the inaction of the UN's Security Council over alleged war crimes committed by Russia, one of the P-5 members who has veto powers and whether or not reform is necessary. The drunk man who Mike Tyson punched on a plane out of SFO has retained a lawyer. He also has a rap sheet that includes convictions and time served for fraud, grand theft, burglary, possession of controlled substances and trafficking in stolen property. Following his wife's guilty plea in an elaborate kidnapping hoax ultimately busted by a DIY DNA test, Keith Papini, has filed for divorce.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Beyond the Opera
More voices at the table: Community engagement and opera with Kyle Gray

Beyond the Opera

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 39:00


Look up the definition for community engagement, and you'll find lots of fantastic terms––Strategic! Interaction! Ally! But the word that tops them all is "relationship."  Host Jane Trembley chats with Kyle Gray, Santa Fe Opera's Manager of Community Relations and Government Affairs, about how he helps foster meaningful connections between SFO and government agencies, fellow arts organizations, volunteers, and Indigenous communities. The pair also explore SFO's comprehensive DEIA initiatives and why diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility are critical elements of the organization's continued vitality. "These days, it's all about partnerships," says Kyle, offering a shorthand explanation for the long list of engagement activities his office is involved in, supporting the creation of impactful artistic work. High-level meetings with municipal and federal legislative representatives are an exciting aspect of Kyle's day-to-day, but he finds the grassroots collaborations most rewarding. "There's the Pueblo Opera Program (POP); there's music educators; there's fine arts coordinators; there's arts commissioners. It doesn't stop with Santa Fe Opera volunteers. I think everyone is an advocate for the Santa Fe Opera." Weaving on stage artistry with off-stage engagement requires a continuous exchange of ideas and invites feedback. Kyle admits that although critiques aren't always easy to hear, they're necessary for relationship-building. He points to Opera For All Voices (OFAV) as an example of how SFO explores these issues, holds space for multiple viewpoints, and processes the impact of such world premiere productions as Hometown To The World alongside the entire SFO community.  SFO's strategic commitment to community ensures folks see their stories on stage and representation among the audiences, artisans, and administrators. "Opera can get you thinking," Kyle says, while engagement invites communities to shape the future of the world's most compelling art form. FEATURED GUEST Kyle Gray Manager of Community Relations and Government AffairsSanta Fe Opera CREDITS Destination Santa Fe Opera is a Santa Fe Opera podcast, produced and edited by Andrea Klunder at The Creative Impostor Studios. Post-Production Audio: Edwin R. Ruiz Hosted by: Jane Trembley Show Notes by: Lisa Widder *** Learn more about the Santa Fe Opera and plan your visit at http://www.santafeopera.org. We'd love for you to join us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and TikTok @santafeopera.

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show
6-7am- Mike Tyson & Hot Sounds

Sarah and Vinnie Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 35:38


Mike Tyson repeatedly punched a guy who was bugging him on an airplane flying from SFO,  Adrian Grenier from "Entourage" is going) to space in a balloon,  Stephen King cooks his salmon in the microwave and Twitter is not having it, there is a lot of snow hitting Tahoe right now, some fast facts, a youtuber claims that he accidentally crashed his plane but the FAA is saying he did it on purpose for views, and what is the most erotic sound?

Philip Teresi Podcasts
Friday 4/22 Hour 1

Philip Teresi Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 34:51


Kicking it off with the Buzz Question about the city purchasing the Tower Theatre. Following footage of Mike Tyson punching a drunk man on a JetBlue flight out of SFO, Tyson's attorney issued a statement that Tyson was accommodating of the fan until his harassment escalated to the point of throwing a water bottle at the star who was trying to sit quietly in his own seat. A new book claims House Minority Leader, Kevin McCarthy, said he'd recommend President Trump resign over the Jan. 6th Capitol riots. McCarthy has called it fake news but a tape of a conversation between he and Liz Cheney appears otherwise. Check your tickets! A Powerball ticket worth $2.2m that was sold at a Circle K in Perris, CA is about to expire, adding to the more than $1b in unclaimed prizes that they've kept since starting ticket sales in 1985. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KMJ's Afternoon Drive
Friday 4/22 Hour 1

KMJ's Afternoon Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 34:51


Kicking it off with the Buzz Question about the city purchasing the Tower Theatre. Following footage of Mike Tyson punching a drunk man on a JetBlue flight out of SFO, Tyson's attorney issued a statement that Tyson was accommodating of the fan until his harassment escalated to the point of throwing a water bottle at the star who was trying to sit quietly in his own seat. A new book claims House Minority Leader, Kevin McCarthy, said he'd recommend President Trump resign over the Jan. 6th Capitol riots. McCarthy has called it fake news but a tape of a conversation between he and Liz Cheney appears otherwise. Check your tickets! A Powerball ticket worth $2.2m that was sold at a Circle K in Perris, CA is about to expire, adding to the more than $1b in unclaimed prizes that they've kept since starting ticket sales in 1985. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The JV Show Podcast
2 Carrots

The JV Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 110:52


On today's 4-21-22 Thursday show: A homeowner in Tahoe discovers five bears had been hibernating under their house, Graham has made it almost 3 weeks without gambling, we each share our preferred hot dog to bun ratio, Deebo Samuel demands a trade from the 49ers, Mike Tyson punches a guy on a plane at SFO, the "cash me outside" girl just bought a 6 million dollar mansion in cash, and the Oakland A's attendance hits a new low!

Priorité santé
Les infections de l'œil: les prévenir et les soigner

Priorité santé

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 48:30


Conjonctivites, chalazions, orgelets… Ces infections de l'œil sont courantes. Comment les prévenir ? Comment les soigner ? Quand faut-il consulter ? Que faire en cas de récidives ? Dr Christophe Orssaud, ophtalmologue et neurophtalmologue, responsable de l'Unité fonctionnelle d'ophtalmologie à l'Hôpital Européen Georges Pompidou, à Paris. Pr Adama Fanny, Ancien chef de service d'ophtalmologie du CHU Treichville à Abidjan en Côte d'Ivoire. Professeur titulaire de la Chaire d'Ophtalmologie UFR Sciences Médicales d'Abidjan. Secrétaire Général Société Africaine Francophone d'Ophtalmologie (SAFO) et Conseiller International à la SFO. En fin d'émission, nous faisons le point sur le Congrès de l'American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) qui s'est déroulé du 8 au 13 avril à la Nouvelle-Orléans (États-Unis), qui met en avant la prise en charge du cancer du poumon. Nous en parlons avec le Pr Nicolas Girard, chef du service de pneumo-oncologie à l'Institut Curie.

Kitchen Confidante Podcast
Episode 37: Launching Goldilocks Filipino Cuisine at San Francisco International Airport

Kitchen Confidante Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022


Episode Notes Host Liren Baker chats with Iva Chen, the Director of Business Development and Marketing of Lady Luck Gourmet, which owns and operates Goldilocks at San Francisco International Airport. Goldilocks Bakeshop has been a go-to since 1966 for delicious cakes, baked goods, and Filipino cuisine for Filipinos and Filipino Americans. Since the first store opened in Makati, Manila, there are now more than 900 Goldilocks stores throughout the Philippines, the US, and Canada. In 2020, during the height of the pandemic, Iva opened Goldilocks at SFO's Harvey Milk Terminal 1, making it the first Filipino restaurant to open in a US airport. In this episode, Liren and Iva chat about Iva's path to restaurant development, the challenges of opening an airport restaurant during the pandemic and introducing a taste of Filipino food to travelers from around the world. Learn more about Iva Chen at  http://ladyluckgourmet.com Learn more about Goldilocks SFO at  https://goldilocks-sfo.com Follow Iva Chen on Instagram at @goldilocks_usa

Concert Pipeline
Ep. 358 - Beautiful Machines

Concert Pipeline

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022


Concert Pipeline’s three hundred fifty eighth episode featuring Beautiful Machines, in which we chat with Conrad Schuman and Stefani Ku about throwing their keys away in the SFO garbage and starting anew in Europe, playing atop a van at Burning Man, ADHD, and their upcoming album “Singularity.”

For Azeroth!
#204 - For Azeroth!: “A Real Loreburger”

For Azeroth!

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 14, 2022 101:56


We are joined by Ali and Gin from Live Laugh Lore to discuss the SFO cinematics and why they just didn't land right with the Warcraft community.

Through the Pickets
Episode 11 Rebecca Rolls

Through the Pickets

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 49:30


This is Through the Pickets, a podcast proudly brought to you by the New Zealand Cricket Players Association where we showcase our members interests, achievements and experiences either side of the white picket fence, with more of a lens on their off-field endeavours.In this Episode we feature Rebecca Rolls who grew up in Napier, and represented NZ in both Football and Cricket. Rebecca chats to us about  winning the Women's Crikcet World cup with the White Ferns in 2000, and how she has forged a career as an investigator for the Police, SFO, Ministry of health and Department of Corrections, she also  discusses her new role as the Diversity and inclusion manager for Sport NZ.

2 Guys 3 Crowns
The Italian Jobba

2 Guys 3 Crowns

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 27:23


Rodney takes the whole family out for a lovely dinner, and gets to listen to another patron's phone conversation the whole time. And you now how much Rodney loves his loud phone talkers. To take his mind off things, he decides to "check out" the new West Side Story movie. Plus, he finally get his tickets to fly back to SFO. Woohoo! Bay Area for Easter! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Up Your Creative Genius
Mark Tippin: How to unlock your potential with powerful conversations

Up Your Creative Genius

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2022 43:38


Mark Tippin is a published author, internationally-recognized keynote speaker and instructor in remote collaboration, human-centered design and visual facilitation. He is currently the Director, Strategic Next Practices at MURAL and a certified Lead Instructor at LUMA Institute. He brings over two decades of experience helping teams unlock their potential to lead powerful conversations in their organizations. Mark believes facilitation is the quintessential 21st-century skill and that extending those talents online to distributed teams is more important than ever. He has led design teams and facilitated transformation events with enterprise brands including Autodesk, Netflix, Mayo Clinic, IBM and All Nippon Airways. Previously, he was the senior manager of UX at Autodesk overseeing its cloud platforms. Mark has spoken at key industry events, delivering the keynote on The Future of Visual Facilitation for the International Forum of Visual Practitioners (IFVP), the keynote for Evolving Enterprise Design at Thomson Reuters and Working Visually at Autodesk's Design X Summit. Timestamp 2:13 Mark's journey into UX design 17:51 How Mark spends his free time 22:49 Mark sharing things that makes him excited everyday - LUMA 25:05 Mark's future vision and mission 34:20 The figure that Mark wishes to be 39:13 Tips on pivoting in life and getting through challenges Social Media Mark's Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/marktippin/ MURAL Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/company/mural.co/ MURAL Website https://www.mural.co/ Follow Patti Dobrowolski - Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/upyourcreativegenius/ Follow Patti Dobrowolski - Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/patti-dobrowolski-532368/ Up Your Creative Geniushttps://www.upyourcreativegenius.com/ Patti Dobrowolski 00:03 Hello superstars. Welcome to the Up Your Creative Genius podcast where you will gain insight and tips to stomp on the accelerator and blast off to transform your business and your life. I'm your host Patti Dobrowolski. And if this is your first time tuning in, then strap in because this is serious rocket fuel. Each week I interview fellow creative geniuses to help you learn how easy it is to Up Your Creative Genius in any part of your life. Hey, everybody, oh my gosh, I have Mark Tippin here. I told him really, I believe he's like Gordon McKenzie in the book orbiting the giant hairball.  If you've never read that book, then you don't know what I'm talking about. But I will say this, that Mark Tippin and Gordon McKenzie, they're both really creative geniuses in that they help people to kind of problem solve at this bigger level, like they are the Ideator 10x, right, or 100x.  And so you know, let me just say a little bit about Mark, before we get started, he is a published author. He's an international speaker. He's an instructor and remote communicator and collaborator. And he's the director of the strategic next practices at mural, which is an online collaboration platform, which is awesome. And he's also an instructor at Luma. And what he does is he helps teams to unlock their potential by leading these powerful conversations. And what I love about you is we're in alignment about this that facilitation is the skill that you want to learn in the 21st century as we are getting further and further into it, because you want to be able to have these conversations with people that are authentic, where you actually listen as a leader, and that you help guide the conversation to a better, bigger place. So please put your hands together to help me welcome Mark Tippin. Yes, Mark. Mark Tippin 02:11 Thank you so much, Patti. What a delight to be here. Patti Dobrowolski 02:13 Gosh, I'm so happy to have you here. You know, it's funny, because you were head of UX at Autodesk. And you know, my friend, Phil Shepper. Worked at Autodesk for many, many years. And so I used to go out there all the time to Autodesk, you know, and eat lunch and stuff like that. So, yeah, I'm glad you're at mural now. But tell people who you are like, What are you up to? Where do you come from? Why are you here? Mark Tippin 02:37 You bet. Well, everyone can start if they want to see roots, do a Google search, or Mark Tippin and Punk those two words together. And you'll see me back in the day with the Mohawk playing shows in the Bay Area and being part of a DIY community in high school where, you know, the odd and the quirky. And the interesting and the creative, had a bonded together and I started a band because I wanted to do the flyers, I wanted the T shirts I wanted to do. Patti Dobrowolski 03:03 Oh my God, I love it. Mark Tippin 03:06 And we didn't know how to play. So we have a numbering system where it was like number of string and fret and we'd pass notes in the hallways. And when we got together, we'd actually then figure out so what's the syncopation? What is this about? But that I also, you know, my dad handed me in eighth grade a copy of two Alvin Toffler books, Future Shock and third wave. And he said, you're going to be really different than mine. And he was born in 1928. So big generation different. I was born in 68, kind of that big, tumultuous year in America's history. But yes, so I appreciated that because they set me up for success. I had an Atari 800 computer, I typed 1000s of lines of code, yes, you know, antic magazine, all the stuff. Patti Dobrowolski 03:52 Yeah. Mark Tippin 03:52 And it led me on a course where, what I appreciated about design and having two older sisters that were both very accomplished designers, kind of seeing how you could take visual skills and then apply them to storytel or to consolidate some aesthetic into an icon and that stuff fascinated me. Patti Dobrowolski 04:12 Yeah, yeah. Mark Tippin 04:12 But always the technology was right there too. Patti Dobrowolski 04:15 Yes. Fantastic. I love that. Now we're gonna be side by side. I like it. Mark Tippin 04:21 It's interesting, because when you mentioned Autodesk, I have this unique vantage point their toes, I did two tours of duty one was in the 90s. Before the internet. Patti Dobrowolski 04:31 Yeah. Mark Tippin 04:31 So that was CD ROM authoring and seeing the birth of UX design, when it was in an eight bit studio programme designing what are the buttons look like when the highlights on the top versus the bottom? Very, yes, yes. Oh, what are the affordances mice were available then, but this whole new What is this human machine interface thing? And then I went and did a couple startups and then I was invited back in 2010. And it was like a Parallel Universe Marvel universe where I bet 90s No one except for architects new auditor. Patti Dobrowolski 05:07 That's right. That's right. I mean, you know, there was no CAD yet. Right. Autodesk didn't have it. It was like a brand new thing that was getting developed. Yeah. Mark Tippin 05:16 That's right. The merger and acquisition, right. Yeah, we're in the Hollywood effects, even though they couldn't talk about it on some projects, because people were still touring. They're investing, Patti Dobrowolski 05:25 you know, but they were so close to Lucasfilm. Right. So there was like, right across the valley there. Yes. Mark Tippin 05:31 And then fast forward. Wow. Instead of having to shuttle you know, if you're doing a sales presentation, something you'd have to shuttle people from SFO all the way through 19th avenue for anyone in the Bay Area, you understand how painful that is? Is your song a dance, and then get them all the way back to the airport? No, they have the gallery, right, which was a powerful way to actually highlight not look at us in our software, it was look at what our customers are doing with giving them that's humbling. I mean, some of it was how to build an incubator, to cut down infant mortality using parts that were available through a culture that really understood how to keep old cars running. So it's a car battery. It's a headlamp, and you really saw design come alive, and it'd be appropriate technology. So it was there. Ironically. Patti Dobrowolski 06:21 That was always that where you became a design thinker. Mark Tippin 06:24 It was because I. Patti Dobrowolski 06:25 It was right when design thinking was becoming a thing. Mark Tippin 06:29 Absolutely. It was unique, because it was ground zero for several things. Autodesk was at this point where in the 90s, it was Diso systems, it was these big other enterprise, right, that everyone was like, that's our competition. Well, 2010, we realised we're actually in competition against our users that cobbling together workflows from the internet, makes it possible can get your hands on. And so we intentionally needed to disrupt ourselves. And we needed to change business models, and all that kind of stuff. So I had a team that actually span 12 time zones. Tel Aviv. Oh, wow, Hyderabad, India, nice. And I was doing this crazy commute from Folsom, California to the other side of Sacramento. On a good day, it's three hours one way a Giants game in San Francisco, it's five and a half hours, crazy. And it sit at a desk, and then do nothing but hop on calls with my team that wasn't in the building with me. And through merger and acquisition, all this talent was being acquired, really, the software is being acquired. And then we have all these people, what do we do with. Patti Dobrowolski 07:32 What do we do with them? Of these? How do we fit them in exam or Cisco is just acquire, acquire, acquire, acquire? No, no, you stay your unique self, and then we'd go in and facilitate for them. And it'd be like, Whoa, that's a shit show. Me but yes, we'll probably have to bleep that out. But well, yes, but truly unbelievable. Mark Tippin 07:51 And so I was trained, or kind of my empathetic nature led me to be a kind of a servant leader, right? Hire people way smarter than you get all the rocks out of the way, set them up for success. And it was a challenge, because if you weren't actually in San Francisco, and around the water cooler, or having that cup of coffee, then your ideas didn't get heard. And if you're outside that domain, you pretty much got relegated to just execute on what was decided. And so I was looking for a way to level the playing field. And that's when I started looking for tools like Mirel. There are a few out there simultaneously Lumo was being brought in Autodesk, which is yes, one of their larger if you go to the Luma site, it's got a nice little showcase on but yeah, exactly. But it was part of a culture transformation where you had the 3D tools for movie studios have a different UI, because they're doing different things than people that are building pipes underneath civic infrastructure in a city, right. And yet the users were spanning across, right. Architects are saying, Yeah, I have to design the bolts and this kind of structural thing. Right, and sell it. I got to put people in there. So I'm using the Hollywood special effects stuff to put. Patti Dobrowolski 09:08 Yeah. Yeah. Mark Tippin 09:09 So they didn't see a distinction between the tools. Although if you don't ship your org structure, exactly. From inside, a totally different team. They're in a different part of the world. Patti Dobrowolski 09:20 Yeah. Mark Tippin 09:21 So there was a lot I was just had the amazing fortune to be right in the middle of this cauldron, and being alumina instructor. And having this crazy commute. I was already trying to figure out how can I do this without so much travel? And I'm running apps and people are flying in from around the world. And they're getting exposed to these wonderful methods. And this is amazing. Now what do I do when I go home to Switzerland to my teams in Italy? And in Toronto? Patti Dobrowolski 09:45 Yes. Mark Tippin 09:46 And I was like, Yeah, that's a darn good question. And so, for me, the nature of human centred design and these methods, and then a tool like Mural that actually gets really special their personas like facilitator, because a key persona, unlike, you know, most other software. Patti Dobrowolski 10:06 Yeah, that's right. And a facilitator really is the key persona in a meeting. Without one, you really just kind of bumble around through the agenda. Because most of you didn't have good meeting management, one on one, right? So you don't understand that you have to have a facilitator and a timekeeper, a note taker, right. But when you have something in an online format, that actually helps to facilitate the process and keep you all engaged, which is the key when we're now in COVID. Right? So you saw the value of that, and then you got involved somehow must have been early on, because you play a key role there now. Mark Tippin 10:46 I get it, it was one of those, you know, I know that you have the people that you've coached, and helped them pivot and certain things, and I happen to be in the middle of that where a massive pivot for me happen. I was a manager of design people. I was getting further and further away from. Patti Dobrowolski 11:03 What you loved me I loved, yeah. Mark Tippin 11:05 At the end of the day, or end of the week. Patti Dobrowolski 11:07 Remember, go back to high school, when the recently had the punk band was the T shirts in the poster. Mark Tippin 11:13 Hands on, making the music right? Patti Dobrowolski 11:16 That's right. And now second fret, second fret. Yeah, two fingers like that. Mark Tippin 11:24 And so at the end of the week, I knew that the team had things that they had touched, and they had made or they had, you know, had a hands on. And I'm looking and saying, Well, I can glory in my team success. But I'm totally separated from this. And it was the insight of my manager at the time, and dream. And Jeannie, who's now at Netflix, she's headed leading design over at Netflix, and she saw an opportunity where you know, you're pretty good. You got some high emotional intelligence, right? You can calm them very voices down. There's a lot of this Patti Dobrowolski 11:57 Human punching bag, punching, and punching bag, and then you take it, and then you turn it into love. That's, frankly, that's human transformation. Mark Tippin 12:07 That's, that's right. Boundaries. Patti Dobrowolski 12:11 It's so true. It's so true. So true. Mark Tippin 12:13 Facilitator journey is dead. Right? You know, but that was a pivot where I realised now instead of trying to stay on top of JavaScript, and databases, and the mechanics of what the web is, yes, there's actually this whole other layer on top of it, which is understanding the right dialogue to have at the right moment. Is it generative, then when it's generative, you have all these ideas? You don't? Yeah, off on the back? You've actually got more work to do how to Patti Dobrowolski 12:42 Yeah, that's right. Mark Tippin 12:44 Understand? Patti Dobrowolski 12:45 Yeah. Mark Tippin 12:45 How do you elevate? How do you pick one thing out and experiment? Patti Dobrowolski 12:49 Yeah. Mark Tippin 12:49 So that you can start the loop over and put it back in front of the car. Patti Dobrowolski 12:52 I can't wait for you to get the game of innovation, that book that I'm part of that I did the illustrations for because you're speaking the language in that book that David Cutler wrote. So it's going to arrive in your door, I think on Friday, so look for that. It's really heavy, and it's colourful, I think you'll like it. Oh, yes. This idea of elevating the right things at the right time in a meeting is essential, or even in a conversation that you're having around the dinner table, right? How do you get to the place where people are actually talking about what's real? Mark Tippin 13:23 That's right, and creating openings for that to happen. And being sensitive to the fact that people are cognitively different, you know, we've inadvertently found these delightful things that happen when the pandemic forced a new set of circumstances on this. Patti Dobrowolski 13:37 Yeah. Mark Tippin 13:37 Suddenly, the chat takes on a different level of importance with people that have something to say, but they don't want to interrupt the show to say it. So there are these multiple layers where people are contributing and getting a voice heard. Voting mechanism, and mural is anonymous. So right away, so much of the games we play in a colocated cohort to like, Okay, everyone, get it in your mind count to three, and then everyone go at the same time to try and remove the bias. Patti Dobrowolski 14:07 Yes, yeah. Mark Tippin 14:08 Follow the Leader. Well, it just happens now. Patti Dobrowolski 14:11 We have so I have the tools to do it. Right. And that's part of it. Well, what I love about that is in the evolution of what's happened with Mural, so for those of you that don't know what mural is, you should just Google it. Mural.co. And in there, you'll find isn't that what it is? Or is it yeah, Mural.co. And in there, you'll see that it's a virtual platform in which you can play and you can structure your meetings in such a way that you have much more engagement interaction you can, there are templates that you can pull in and you can do all kinds of design and, you know, I've been experimenting with using it with clients so that we can, I don't know deepen the conversation, but in both a visual and a audio way, auditory, right. Mark Tippin 14:59 Well, it's When the pandemic hit, there was a steep learning curve. And we don't acknowledge the ones that were suddenly there were, you know, adults who are also learning to be educators and nutritionists and everything suddenly. Patti Dobrowolski 15:12 Oh, my God. Mark Tippin 15:13 But even just coming up to speed on, you know, video conferencing tools, that was something new. And that helped. But I can see you and it's nice to see you, Patti. And it's Yeah, yep. Facilitator we definitely use it. Patti Dobrowolski 15:29 I mean, we always did conference calls, right? But they just aren't very valuable when you know, you can zoom, right? Or use teams are whatever platform they like, right? Mark Tippin 15:38 But you put this space in between us where we can both kind of reach through the glass and have something and now I can see what you mean. Right. You can actually, we can take any topic where we think we're aligned. Patti Dobrowolski 15:51 Yes. Mark Tippin 15:52 And you say, okay, cool. What's the order of that process that you think? Patti Dobrowolski 15:55 Yeah, yeah. Put it into some semblance. Yes. I love that. Yeah. Mark Tippin 15:59 And that's not it at all. Patti Dobrowolski 16:02 Yeah, exactly. I wasn't saying that. Where did you get that idea. But I love that because I think, and I can't wait for technology to improve even more. And then now, you know, today, I went and bought a video thing. So I could use my iPad while I was working in Mural so that I could draw in a really great picture because I'm a live illustrator. So I often, even if I'm in mural, and I'm doing the zoom, I'm drawing right here, because you can see how vibrant that is to see it. And there's something about being able to use real pastel that people go, Oh, my God, that looks so fantastic. And what they don't realise is that colour imprints on your brain. And then if you really love something, even if you draw a simple picture that you love, you will remember it, you know, 80 times better than anything else, right? Mark Tippin 16:53 Absolutely. Patti Dobrowolski 16:54 And so if you take a snapshot, like sometimes we'll be doing a session, where I'll be learning some mural process, somebody will share something, and I'll take a screenshot, I'm like, Ah, my gosh, how did they do that? That's fantastic. Because of course, I want to draw it right. Mark Tippin 17:10 Well, I think all the methods, you know, that are generative, you get, you know, 16, 20 people in the session, you give them two minutes, and they each generate one note, a minute or more. Patti Dobrowolski 17:21 Yes. Mark Tippin 17:21 That's a lot of information density. And, so I always encourage people, because you can draw on the notes to as opposed to just typing texting, right. And even the simplest little rudimentary squiggle, your brain has vastly more capacity to differentiate and to remember the sights and smells and language in that moment, when the discussion happens. Patti Dobrowolski 17:44 That's right. Mark Tippin 17:45 Then the text and information density actually becomes parsable. When it's visual. Patti Dobrowolski 17:51 Yeah, yeah, I love that now. So I want to know, like, when you are just being you out there, and you're doing your job, what is your favourite thing to do? Well, if you had free time to do anything, what would you do? What do you do? Mark Tippin 18:09 So in my free time, I gravitate heavily towards music, just because that's usually so far aside of the work, the pressure, the commerce side of it, that that's interesting, and where I kind of recharge. But I am also very fortunate, I'm going to mispronounce it, but iki guy, right, this guy. Patti Dobrowolski 18:30 Yeah. So you've got that iki guy going, Mark Tippin 18:33 I took me 53 years to find out what I wanted to do with my life. And it's kind of right now, this unique situation, where I find myself is something I enjoy doing. I enjoy working with people understand the problems, laying out a sequence of conversations or methods, if you want to call it so that you harvest the collective genius in the room, right? I love that moment. I discovered I didn't have to have all the answers. I just had to create the space where the ideas would come from the people in the discussion, and trust the process that we're going to do something amazing. Because I value you and we're creating a space where we can kind of open up and share and be authentic and the radical candour and call BS on each. Patti Dobrowolski 19:19 Yeah. Mark Tippin 19:20 All in the service of being passionate about the challenge. Patti Dobrowolski 19:24 Well, it's been hardest for you in this virtual environment. You've been in what's been hardest for you. Mark Tippin 19:31 I'm not very good with names. And organisational savvy is something that it's a tool that if you can bring up names on the fly, I was always the slow thinker, the one who, you know the bully at school says the mean thing and like two hours later, I'm riding the bus. Patti Dobrowolski 19:50 I shouldn't say this, that I know how to get that guy back. Mark Tippin 19:54 So that facility with the names I can draw them. I know what they look like I know what they had before. Breakfast in their favourite candy bar. I know all this stuff, but like the names that elude me. And so, but names are important, and they are a way to engender respect and start that creating that space of acknowledgement and everything. Yeah, so that's one of the things where I do a lot of extra heavy lifting. Patti Dobrowolski 20:18 I was gonna say, Do you ever do that, you know, when I started to run virtual sessions, where we didn't have zoom, and it would just be me with the phone. And then I'd have all my trainees there, you know, I would write and draw a picture of them what I thought they might look like on a post it and I laid them all out on the table in front of me. See, there it is. Because I think sometimes, well, it really does matter to people that you remember their name. Mark Tippin 20:43 Yeah. Patti Dobrowolski 20:44 It also matters that you remember things about them, like I was on a, I don't know where I was, but the person I was interviewing was talking about how you could tell if somebody really cared about you enough to remember your children and their names. And I thought, Oh, my God, like, that was like a stone, like hitting me on the head. And I was like, Yep, you're gonna remember her son's names. That's all there is to it. You're gonna go find them out. And then you get to see what they're up to on Facebook, because you can find him and go from there. Right? But I think it does matter. Especially wouldn't you say, mark in the world where it's so chaotic right now with all the stimulation. People are? They're very distractible. Mark Tippin 21:26 Absolutely. And the smallest kindnesses are really felt now, I mean, I'm, I got, you know, a handwritten thank you note for a kind of relatively innocuous thing. And that was, I mean, that completely made my day because I understood that someone had to have the presence of mind actually be thankful enough to stop their FOMO and Twitter, whatever to stop and write something and find my address somewhere, yeah, put a stamp on it. So little things do matter. And I think that's part of this massive, great recalibration, or whatever we're going to call it is, people are kind of pulling out of the 80s, meaning keeping up with the Joneses, and all this kind of consumers data control stuff and getting present to what really matters. And people want to have value, and they want to be doing things that are of value. And I think we're in a hinge time between a market economy where we still got to make money, but we're shifting towards a mindset economy. Patti Dobrowolski 22:30 Yeah. Well, we knew this was coming. Right. So you know, I think Malcolm Gladwell, or one of them, you know, predicted this, that they would be a mindset economy, although they didn't use that term. I don't know. You probably coined that term, but I like it. He's got a book right here. He's gonna show it to us. Mark Tippin 22:47 Well, it's Yeah, yeah. Patti Dobrowolski 22:49 Oh, yeah. Fantastic. Collaborative intelligence, if you didn't catch that book, when he held it up, for those of you that are just listening in the podcast, collaborative intelligence. And so when you think about where things are going and headed, what are you excited about? What excites you and get you up every day? Mark Tippin 23:07 Well, it's funny that this comes up occasionally, when we you know, I talk with other facilitators, and I'm curious what drives them as well. For me, it's fairly simple. When I was leading these workshops with Luma. Patti Dobrowolski 23:18 We were playing what Luma is for those people that don't know who Luma is, or they're not in that world, yeah, me who's Luma. Mark Tippin 23:25 So Luma Institute was founded as a spin out actually from my a design that was acquired by Boston Consulting Group and dear friend of mine, Mickey McManus, he's the author of trillions, and he's very much. Patti Dobrowolski 23:37 Dropped just then just catching up. I just want you to know his friend, Mickey. Mark Tippin 23:44 So yeah, someone who'll occasionally take my phone call when he um, I swear lives in the future. And you'll come every once a while go, you should be looking at thinking thinking, Well, I love that I love that. They were running these workshops that you and I would recognise today as kind of human centred design thinking workshops, and clients were saying, this is fantastic. Could we learn how to do this? Patti Dobrowolski 24:03 Yes. Mark Tippin 24:04 And most consultancies, when faced with that challenge would go, Huh, we teach you to do it, then we cannibalise our revenue. But there's a third way and what they did is they actually founded and spun out a complete separate entity that focused on teaching people to fish and so Patti Dobrowolski 24:19 Yeah, yeah. Mark Tippin 24:20 Chris Patagonia and Bill Lucas and Pete Mahara are the founders. And they went and looked at 1000s of design thinking methods. And everyone at the time, if you remember, you go to Amazon and do a search for a book, you'd get two books that would show up 1001 design thinking methods and exactly another 1001. It was just like, where do you start? Patti Dobrowolski 24:43 Well, exactly. Mark Tippin 24:44 They boiled it down to a very neatly done taxonomy that really, it kind of is steeped down to the essential ways of if you think of their name, Luma - looking, understanding, making, and activating right. Patti Dobrowolski 24:59 Fantastic. Mark Tippin 25:00 So yeah, that process of actually going and observing, so user research and those kinds of. Patti Dobrowolski 25:05 Versus a mall, which is backwards activating, which is most what most people, myself included being an activator, we're gonna get going first and then go backwards and figure out where you blew it. Right? Hello. All right. So that's who Luma is. And so part of it when you think about the future, then what inspires you about that and where things are going, I'm sorry, I distracted you from that direction. So bring us back there to the future you. Mark Tippin 25:32 My Ravel brain? Patti Dobrowolski 25:34 No, no, no, I'm refocusing because I went down that rabbit hole with you. I led to the rabbit hole, and then I pointed go down. Well, you, Mark, please tell us about Luma. And then everything else. Okay. All right. So the future that you're excited about? Mark Tippin 25:50 So the future I'm excited about is I've seen firsthand how those that could afford it would get the benefit of these types of workshops and the education and a company that would buy in and fund steeping in this wonderful Bronto of design thinking. And yes, but every time I was in the Uber heading towards the big, shiny building on the hill, where I was doing my workshop, I'd see all of these small businesses. Yes. Now I wasn't sitting there thinking I can save them. Patti Dobrowolski 26:20 Oh, no, no, no now, but yeah, but we're thinking, what can we do to help these businesses be successful? Mark Tippin 26:26 Exactly. So the democratisation of access to guided methods and a platform where you and activate their conversations that help you actually get to well framed questions, or exhaustion is makes all the difference as a credit question gets you a lot of clarity, none, Patti Dobrowolski 26:46 Right, right. Mark Tippin 26:47 Framing it in a way where you go, that's a problem we're solving is the beginning of an amazing journey that you can invite those people into, and it changes everything, it changes. Patti Dobrowolski 26:57 I love that. And so if you're not a design thinking person, it's really about framing the problem in a lot of ways, and then ideating a solution to that problem. And then iterating, anything that you mock up to make sure that it actually works, because most of the time, you know, we create things in our basement. And we know that our mom loves them. So they've got to be good for the rest of the world. And we come up with these things. And then no, they're not. But when you can actually test things and try them come up with a real problem that you're solving, then you come up with something like Uber, that's what's true. And then you can compare it to lift, and you can see how they're different. And one has its own built in mapping software so that you know, it's not outsourced and things like this. These make a big difference. So you're excited about this part of the future. Your people, entrepreneurs understand design thinking. Mark Tippin 27:58 Yeah, I mean, each have our own sphere of influence, right? Patti Dobrowolski 28:01 Yeah, well, okay. All right, well, then, let's test this with you. So what's the biggest problem that you've been solving? Mark Tippin 28:08 So recently, I designed the XU love, I shaped herself, she has a wonderful thing that, that she convenes every once in a while. Patti Dobrowolski 28:17 Who? Say again, say again. Okay, good. Mark Tippin 28:21 She's known as the Queen of toilets, because she's an adult. But the challenge that she said, you can plug anything you want into that statement. So the x is a variable. And I said it was a family dynamic, was the thing that we went through. And so part of it is two years into a pandemic. And we all feel like Bill Murray, in Groundhog Day hitting the clock and going he over and over and over again, how do you actually intentionally create a dynamic in the family that is really your closest to and provides you the support? And that should actually be the best? And sometimes it's put under the strain? Because it's the one you assume will always be there? Patti Dobrowolski 29:02 Or yes, you take it for granted. Mark Tippin 29:05 Take it for granted. And, you know, humans are humans and that isn't a. Patti Dobrowolski 29:09 No, no, you have to create something there. All right. So that led you to understand. Mark Tippin 29:16 Yeah, so that led me to understand that, that it's not the kind of the Hail Mary, you know, oh, can I order that off Amazon? Can I fix that with you know, I actually have to go put some intention in there. Patti Dobrowolski 29:27 Yeah, yeah. Are you talking about your family right now? Right. Mark Tippin 29:30 No, yeah. Patti Dobrowolski 29:31 Oh, okay. Good. Cuz you know, you're a guy. So you're talking around this, and I want to go in? Oh, I like to get a deep. So you're talking about your family. It's interesting, because I was telling my wife this morning, I was saying, you know, this pandemic brought us closer than we've ever been, and which is kind of a miracle because she's commanded, I'm demanding, you know what I mean? And that was the dynamic when we first got married, we had to have command cards. And on one side they would say command and on the other side, they would say I don't even remember what it was, but it was something like truth or ask or you know, I don't know what they, you could only got a certain number of command cards before they were taken away and you couldn't. You couldn't do it anymore in a day. That's right. Well, yeah. Mark Tippin 30:15 Even acknowledging one of the reasons why the dynamic works is because my background and my family, a lot of talking a lot of stuff being said, a lot of verbosity and loquacious. pneus. And you know, and. Patti Dobrowolski 30:31 If you know what that word means loquacious, yes, it's a lot of talking. Mark Tippin 30:35 Talking, talking incessantly. But actually saying stuff of impact or. Patti Dobrowolski 30:40 Yeah. Mark Tippin 30:41 And a lot of circuitous type understanding. Do they mean that? Or should I say this to suggest that so, you know, whereas to the point? Patti Dobrowolski 30:52 Yeah. Get down to it, honey. I mean, you're going on and on about that enough context? Get to the point, right? Mark Tippin 30:58 There is something well. Patti Dobrowolski 30:59 Yeah. Mark Tippin 31:00 Yeah, say what you mean, you know, it's a journey. And you know, certainly in the job that I do and what I'm asked to do as a facilitator, this kind of verbal grease is sometimes helpful to draw in the shy folks and all that kind of stuff. It can border line on abusiveness, if you just. Patti Dobrowolski 31:17 Do it too much, if you do it too much. Yeah, yeah, like this. I love that you're talking about this, because as a facilitator, it's a fine line that you walk between telling a personal story, and actually getting them to talk to each other and talk to you. And sometimes you do it, tell the personal story to break the ice, or to let them know that you are credible, I was thinking about that credibility, or you set it up in a way where you create a problem for them to be thinking about right then. And can you how many of you can relate and you haven't raised their hand. So this is a way engagement technique, right? But you can't do that with your family. You know, with your loved ones, you have to really ask them a question, and then listen to what they have to say. And stop trying to solve the problem. Just listen, right? Mark Tippin 32:10 Absolutely. And they know all your tricks, right? I did this with my dad, where we got to the point where he'd start. He'd say the first three words, and they go, yeah, that story. 42. Now that story 147. Yep, we've heard them all. And my family is now I'm getting the same treatment like, yeah, you know, you've told me that before. Patti Dobrowolski 32:11 I know it, I know it. Well, it's good to peel back the layers of that stuff, I think to get to, you know, it's okay to sit in silence. I think this is so hard for people to, you know, this is what we did before we had the internet. And our phone is that people would actually have a conversation, they would enjoy the meal, they would sit in silence at night, and they might read a book, you know what I mean? And these are, what this is about is a certain kind of stillness that we've moved away from, what do you think of that? Mark Tippin 33:04 I heard recently just reminded me, I need to find the author of the quote, but it was a silence as a sound of trust. And I thought that's interesting. Patti Dobrowolski 33:12 Silence is a what? Mark Tippin 33:14 Is the sound of trust of trust? Yeah, super uncomfortable. And but, but yeah, and what you're talking about with enjoying the meal, there is, I can't believe I made it, you know, into my 50s. Before learning, nutritionally, what happens when you actually eat slower, and why it's important to breathe while you eat. Patti Dobrowolski 33:35 And masticate frequently, I mean, like you're supposed to chew, remember, when they told you, you know, you chew it 50 times, or 25 times or 30 times. But in fact, the healthier digestive system. Mark Tippin 33:48 You're actually the oxygen you're putting into your body while it's doing the work down there isn't putting more fuel, oxygen burns, you're actually putting more oxygen into the stuff that your body is storing, and making it higher quality? I was like, I feel like there's an instruction manual. Patti Dobrowolski 34:06 Yeah, I think that's your next book. You know, you've written all these other books, so why not write that book? Because that book I think people would be very interested in? Mark Tippin 34:16 Well, I would basically, it would be a list of other people's, Mark, David. Patti Dobrowolski 34:20 Of course, I was gonna say like, really whatever. And it would be based on what your preferences because everybody, you could follow one person's expertise or another, and everybody's body is different. And to me, this is about even as we try to pivot from one thing to another. What I want to do and pivot into is going to be vastly different from maybe even the person I was yesterday. Does that make sense? And so I've been trying to treat these different, you know, years as a different person that I was because I think it's easier to understand that you are not your personality, that you can have a personality, but that you're malleable and you'll change all the time. And you for sure have changed because you were a guy who was in a punk band doing this. And then you were like UX expertise and now your strategic next practices at Mural. And, you know, I mean, so when you think about who that you want to step into, what would that who look like? Mark Tippin 35:30 Well, it's interesting as the hair gets grey hair, and as I'm, you know, reminded that there are more years between me and when I had a mohawk than I think there are in my head, I think there's a few more steps, I would love to see the emerging technology be developed in a space where the human relation, intelligence that happens, the things that facilitators do, and the methods or the conversations or whatever you want to package it, the technology allows people to step through a series of inquiries or input an output, that those things are actually seen as one and that the fulfilment of the lower half of the Maslow's hierarchy, which has been eroded our sense of belonging and a lot of cavities over the last few years that are preventing us from being that fully self actualized ready to go get them person, we need to do some healing there. But when you look at that, and inverts into another pyramid above, which is how do groups become actualized? Right? How do we go from being a GarageBand into being, you know, the Pat Metheny group or, you know, choose your own artists? That is at the peak as a team is at the peak of their practice. They have the skill in pocket, but now they're inventing and creating and. Patti Dobrowolski 36:49 Yeah, with freedom. And, you know, I think that's part of it. I love that. Sorry, did I interrupt what you're about to say? Because I felt like there was more. So it's like going from this GarageBand to the Pat Metheny group, or whoever it is Beyonce or whoever your favourite is, right. Mark Tippin 37:04 The point there being I guess the thing I've also factor in here is in I remember, the 70s gas lines, right? Cars backed up in gas shortages? Patti Dobrowolski 37:13 Yes, of course. So I was pumping gas back then I was probably filling your tank. Just FYI. That's right. Michelle, there I was, okay. Mark Tippin 37:24 We've had many opportunities to kind of address the big challenges that are central to survival as a species, and we keep kicking that can down the road. And so I don't know about you, but a lot of facilitated sessions, you seem to have a lot of the same conversations over again, okay, let's do another value statement. Let's do another team chart or something like so you can kind of waste a lot of time with conversations that are kind of fundamental. Can we get beyond that? And get aligned and really work in a like a teal sense or something about what is the good for us? Good for the customer? Good for the planet? Yeah, that's the thing that I read your Patti Dobrowolski 38:03 puppy, you know that your puppy profit people planet? Yeah. Okay, I love that I'm in on that. I also think that part of what I think that you are probably excited about too, is the thought that we could be in a virtual reality together, that next time that we are together, we are actually standing facing each other. We might have an Oculus on but we are standing there talking to each other in such a way that we feel like we are in a virtual space. And so that the Jetsons actually come into reality, this is my hope that in my lifetime, I can actually see that happen, you know, and that we are talking about things that matter. Not things that are superficial. Mark Tippin 38:46 Well, you hit that right on the nose, because the things that I'm most excited about. And we're experimenting, Steve Schofield, in our labs team is doing really interesting things. The things that I love is the VR tools are being handed not to game designers, not for another first person shooter. They're being handed to facilitators. Patti Dobrowolski 39:04 Yeah. Mark Tippin 39:04 They're coming up with immersive, shared experiences around these well framed questions. Patti Dobrowolski 39:10 Yeah. Mark Tippin 39:11 Those are games worth playing. Patti Dobrowolski 39:13 Definitely, I'm with you there. Now, if you were going to, if you were going to give any tips to people that were listening, now, you've pivoted a couple different times in your career. So but if you in this day and age, if somebody is out there that needs to make some kind of a change, what tip would you give them? What would you suggest? Mark Tippin 39:33 You need to find someone that you can trust, who will call you on your BS, and you know, and tell you a real friend, right? One that'll let you get away with it until it's not good for you to get away with it, and then they'll call you on it. And you need to find out more ideally, if they're people you actually work with. If it's a job pivot that you're talking about. You can do a personal pivot or there are all sorts of pivots, but you need feedback on how they see you what your superpowers are that you're probably not present to, or you don't value because it's very easy for you. And it can be eye opening. And that was a huge pivot for me at Autodesk. And another thing we did was having only deal with the positive. We weren't critiquing. We were just like, here's what's amazing about you got to share it with other people. And there were tears, it was very emotional. Patti Dobrowolski 40:22 Yes. Mark Tippin 40:23 But we're, like, suddenly present this amazing thing that people valued them. Patti Dobrowolski 40:28 Yeah. Mark Tippin 40:28 That thing. And that allowed me to drop my panic over staying on top of the tech and being able to code. And I realised, that's not my value, my value is in this other emerging facilitation thing. It's in the taking those skills about the empathy and the team building and the creating that space for the conversation and having enough of an interest of curiosity and the background. Yeah, to be able to create that space. Yeah, that was a fundamental pivot that it is, yeah, is a side gig. Patti Dobrowolski 41:05 Well, and I would say that, that in a way that your superpower that you can't see, right, it's on a door. And all you have to do is have somebody's point, sometimes to the door, and then you just walk through it and see what's in there. And that I think, is the beauty of life is that you have these, you know, reflective tools that you've surrounded yourself with, these are people, but they actually are a great reflection of you because water rises to its level. So you're always going to be surrounded by people who reflect some part of yourself, even if they irritate you, that's part of you. And so if you can figure out how to get feedback from them, and learn from them and grow, I think this is like, that's such a great tip Mark, I love that. I have to say, I have loved spending time talking to you. And I felt like we just got to one little piece of it. But I would love to as I and continue to open up the mural box and see what else is in there. And then we go into more of a VR space, I want to come back here. And then I want to talk about that. Because that in and of itself is something very exciting, that I'd love to get your perspective on. Mark Tippin 42:18 I'd be happy to anytime, Patti. Patti Dobrowolski 42:21 All right, well, I loved having you here, Mark, and you know, everybody that's listening, be sure to look in the show notes. So you can figure out how to get you know, connected with Mark and follow him you know, see what he's up to on Mural, he just, you know, spoke at a big conference. So you want to see and follow him on LinkedIn because he's doing a lot of cool stuff, and always posting something interesting. So I look forward to seeing you again, Mark, thanks for spending time with us. And you know, everybody out there you know what to do? Go out there and until next time Up Your Creative Genius, right? Mark Tippin 42:55 Right. Patti Dobrowolski 42:59 Thanks so much for listening today. Be sure to DM me on Instagram your feedback or takeaways from today's episode on Up Your Creative Genius. Then join me next week for more rocket fuel. Remember, you are the superstar of your universe and the world needs what you have to bring. So get busy. Get out and Up Your Creative Genius. And no matter where you are in the universe, here's some big love from yours truly Patti Dobrowolski and the Up Your Creative Genius podcast. That's a wrap.

layovers ✈︎ air travel and commercial aviation
112 JFK T5 - JetBlue Mint Studio, SFO for 3 hours and back, powered 747 relic, non-reclining Finnair, Airpotle

layovers ✈︎ air travel and commercial aviation

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2022 117:42 Very Popular


We're back, Alex having taken the time to hack  a 747 seat belt sign, Paul having played too much Airportle. We talk about the non-reclining business class from Finnair (it's divise, but we think it might be a winner), the new Qatar Q suite which isn't a Q suite, and the big winner of this pandemic world: premium economy (non-operable seats notwithstanding haha). Whilst there's no love between Airbus and QR, there is love in our show: Paul with the JetBlue Mint Studio (but where's the butter!??), and Alex with, well, just listen to the show (hint: he flew to SFO for 3 hours and back). And much more, for nearly two hours (post-credits included).

Bløde Værdier
Bløde Værdier #50 - Den med Jan Kjær | www.jankjaer.dk

Bløde Værdier

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2022 87:56


Med 62 udgivelser og 2 Orla-priser i rygsækken befinder Jan Kjær sig solidt blandt toppen af danske børnebogsforfattere. Han både skriver og tegner sine fortællinger, og især hans børneunivers om fantasi-krigerne Nomerne, har høstet stor succes gennem de sidste 10 år.Vi tager en snak med Jan om hans tilgang til at fortælle historier for børn, hvordan han kombinerer storytelling i ord og billeder, og især hvordan han arbejder med at udvide sine universer, så de også indeholder bl.a. rollespil, billedlotteri, lydstudier og perlepladeforme som en gratis go-to inspirationskasse til børns fantasi og lege.Desuden er Jan en umådelig aktiv foredragsholder og workshopleder, der alene i 2021 besøgte over 120 skoler, SFO'er, biblioteker mv. for at mødes med, og samle inspirations hos, sine læsere. Det bliver også til en snak om, hvordan det kommercielle og det kreative sømløst kan gå hånd i hånd, om vilkårene for at selvudgive børnebøger i 2022 og om, hvorvidt Jules Verne og Mark Twain ville have haft en webshop med skumsværd, hvis de udgav i dag.God fornøjelse!Produktion: Skæg & Ballade | Gorm Branderup & Jakob Egerup Edut | www.skaegogballade.dkLydpedel: Dennis Guldmann Meier Jensen | www.podcaster.dkGæst: Jan Kjær | www.jankjaer.dkJingles og underlægningsmusik: Henrik Pahlke Møller | www.henrikpahlke.dkDerudover benyttes lydklip fra “Kandis for livet” instrueret af Jesper Dalgaard på DR og “Sigurd fortæller om Naturvidenskab” af Sigurd Barrett udgivet på Politikens Forlag. Vi siger mange tak til Politikens Forlag for anmeldereksemplar af spil og bog.Denne podcast er præsenteret i Psyko Audio - det nye Dolby!

Jim and Them
Star Wars Bound - #714 Part 2

Jim and Them

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2022 79:22


Jeff Would Be Ashamed Jim: A very special guest shows up to explain to Jeff that Jim and Mike have been building their Star Wars costumes for their upcoming trip.Skankfest Las Vegas: Are Jim and Them Skankfest bound? Can we turn Skankfest into GOON-CON!? Also Jim has tales of First Class flights!Heather McDonald: Comedian collapses with perfect comedic timing after bragging about being vaxxed and not getting COVID. Also Dave Chappelle standing in the way of affordable housing.THAT'S WHAT YOU SOUND LIKE!, YOU FUCKING DODE!, MACGRUBER!, STEAL MY SUNSHINE!, LEN!, GEORGE LUCAS CAGE!, NIC CAGE!, MATH AND SCIENCE!, MORTAL KOMBAT!, POWERMAN!, JACK NICKLAUS CAGE!, GOLFER!, JACK NICHOLSON CAGE!, 117 TOURNAMENTS!, JEFF WOULD BE ASHAMED JIM!, STAR WARS COSTUME!, GALACTIC STARCRUISER!, HALCYON!, DESERT COLORS!, CHARACTERS!, BACKSTORY!, HIP BAGS!, GREEBLIES!, COSPLAY!, BOUNDING!, BRANDS!, BOBA FETT TRACKSUIT!, IMPROV!, KRISTIN!, ANGEL PUPPET!, WINNIE THE POOH!, TIGGER!, NICHOLAS CAGE ON EPSTEIN'S ISLAND!, KID FISTO!, COSTUME ETIQUETTE!, STAR WARS REN FAIR!, CITIZENS!, LEATHER DADDY'S!, CREDITS!, WATTO!, HAN SOLO!, TAX RETURN!, STIMULUS!, MARCH!, STATEMENTS!, TAX BRACKET!, CHINA!, TRAVEL!, SKANKFEST!, GAS DIGITAL!, TAKEOVER!, MASK MANDATE!, TOURISM!, STRICT!, FIRST CLASS!, CHURN!, MILES!, LAY DOWN SEATS!, SFO!, DENVER!, CHAT!, CHANGED FLIGHT!, A777!, THE BOOK OF BOBA FETT EPISODE 6!, TAKE MASK OFF!, COFFIN!, FAA!, TSA!, CONSPIRACY GUY SCREAMING!, SCREAMING ON A PLANE!, SMOTHERED!, SQUISHED!, THE BEACH!, BOOSTER!, ISRAELI BOOST!, HEATHER MCDONALD!, VACCINE!, BOOSTER!, COLLAPSE!, COMEDIC TIMING!, OUT OF BREATHE!, COLLAPSE!, A MIRACLE!, LIFE!, LOSE CONTROL!, CHIPPED TURN OFF!, DAVE CHAPPELLE!, AFFORDABLE HOUSING!, CITY COUNCIL MEETING!, REASONS!, SPIDERS!, GUY CAUGHT IN MACHINE!, NICK SAITO!, WALMART!, PISSING HERSELF!, LIFE CHOICES!, LEAD UP TO THIS MOMENT!, MEDS!, COREY ARCHIVES!, WOLFPACK!, TWITTER BLOCKED!, GLOVE!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!

The Next Trip - An Aviation and Travel Podcast
Boarding Pass 116: Nonrev Lounge Crossover Pt. 1

The Next Trip - An Aviation and Travel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2022 61:49


Welcome to our first crossover episode with another aviation podcast, Nonrev Lounge.  NonRev Lounge is hosted by Tyler who works ramp, his sister Monique who's a gate agent, and their friend Lara, a flight attendant and a previous guest on our show.  Today we have Tyler guest hosting the show with two other avgeek friends, Greg and Nate. We're taping from SFO where we've met to spot planes and participate in some major avgeekery. This is a two part episode with this being Part 1 and Part 2 airing tomorrow, February 15th, on Nonrev Lounge. Be sure to check them out right after this and subcribe to their podcast. Nonrev lounge is focused on travel and their exciting jobs working for a major airline with a hub at Phoenix. Topics in this episodeHow we all got to SFOSpirt and Frontier to tie the knot Northern Pacific Airways recreating Icelandair's model in AnchorageTyler, Doug, and Drew talk about why they work in aviationJoin the conversation!https://www.nexttripnetwork.com/

Seneste møder
Børne- og Undervisningsudvalget: Torsdag den 10. februar 2022

Seneste møder

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2022 58:02


Åbent samråd i Børne- og Undervisningsudvalget om tidlig start i SFO mv. 1) Åbent samråd i Børne- og Undervisningsudvalget om tidlig start i SFO mv.Åbent samråd med børne- og undervisningsministeren om tidlig start i SFO mv.

Morning Breeze On Demand
The Morning Breeze. February 10, 2022.

Morning Breeze On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2022 15:45


Jack checks in to let us know how he's feeling!Hot weather in the Bay Area comes with a warning! Brighter Side with Julie in San Jose. Adele at the Brit Awards.Most men are unhappy with their Valentine's Day gifts.Deanna loves her job at SFO.

Daily Compliance News
February 10, 2022 the SFO Under Investigation Edition

Daily Compliance News

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2022 7:13


In today's edition of Daily Compliance News: ·      Year and a day for convicted Varsity Blues defendant.  (Reuters) ·      UK launches probe of SFO over Unaoil prosecutions.   (WSJ) ·      Why you need to vet your ABC training. (NYT) ·      Brené Brown returns to Spotify. (NYT) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Morning Breeze On Demand
The Morning Breeze. January 27th, 2022.

Morning Breeze On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2022 12:13


Good morning! Jack is doing NOTHING this coming weekend!SFO is looking great these days!49er fan of the year is announced!Bay Area "Jeopardy!" contestant ends her 40 game streak.What is "monotasking?" 59% of people have their resignation letters ready to go.

一直飛旅遊 Podcast
機場代碼讓人霧沙沙?原來代碼其實是這樣決定英文字母的

一直飛旅遊 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 18:45


差一個英文字母,可能就跑到不同城市甚至不同國家 機場代碼的那三個英文字母,真是最熟悉的陌生人? 說真的,就算是台灣,你可知道桃園機場是「TPE」 還是「TSA」呢? 這集跟大家分享一下,機場代碼怎麼來的?又是哪些原因呢? 順道也跟大家分享一下世界上某些機場有趣的代碼 最後的最後有小編跟歐森兩人聊古早電影的閒聊 沒興趣的話就不用聽到最後了…(笑) 但有聽到最後也超有同感的(李奧那多當年是真滴帥)請給小編五顆星評價喔~~ Podcast其他平台:https://link.tripplus.cc/TripPlus_list

California Stories from MyWineRadio
Harvest Fun With Falcons Airplane Rides Wine Tastings, San Diego Zoo Baby Rhino, New SFO Lounge

California Stories from MyWineRadio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 9:55


California Wineries Are Pulling out All the Stops with Unique Tasting Experiences. New Malibu to Palm Springs Travel Experience. Santa Barbara's Luxury Hotel Californian Sells to Foley Entertainment Group. Southern White Rhino Calf Born At San Diego Zoo Safari Park. Alaska Airlines Opens New SFO Lounge. Paso Robles' Justin Vineyards and Winery Buys Napa's Lewis Cellars.

Ordinary Sherpa: Family Adventure Coaching and Design
032 | How a Family of 5 flew to Hawaii for under $500

Ordinary Sherpa: Family Adventure Coaching and Design

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 26:07


When price drives the travel strategy, she starts with these resources: Generally speaking Heidi is a thrifty person who likes a good deal and has been traveling long enough to know her benchmark for a one-way domestic flight is about $100.  That is the price point she uses when determining when and where to travel and maintain their $2,500 yearly travel budget.  Most travel is determined by flight sales and the price points.  If there are specific destinations in mind (such as cities with Major League Baseball stadiums), Heidi uses a subscription service called Scott's Cheap Flights ($79/year) to track fare sales and mistake fares.  Scott's Cheap Flights, through the premium version allows you to set up departure airports and specific destinations alerts and give you options.  There is a free version, however I have found the Premium version to be much more robust.  The average savings is $550 per ticket so the ROI is worth it.  If you are interested, use the link https://ordinarysherpa.com/scott to sign up and Ordinary Sherap will receive credit for the referral.  The service also highlights locations that she wouldn't likely be aware of.  Scott's Cheap Flight is built on Google Flights, which is a great source to find cheap flights on all airlines.  SkyScanner is another option, but I use Google Flights for specific destinations and compare prices and schedules.   Her total out of pocket flight related expenses were $228.48 for 5 people on 6 flights, baggadge, TSA PreCheck for 2 adults (kids under 12 are included with paid adult).  Airport Parking would add an additional $136 ($364.48 total)  If you aren't aware of Travel Rewards, Episode 018 Family Travel Rewards Tipswith Melissa Lagerquist and Episode 019, Our Travel Rewards Strategy they would be helpful context and background.   When a destination guides the travel strategy, she uses the following process: When Hawaii came on her radar, she started to follow several airlines that were viable options.  United is not a preferred airline for Heidi, She loves Delta but their travel rewards program is not as family friendly.  Heidi's top four were  Hwaiian Airlines, Alaskan Airlines, American Airlines and Southwest Airlines.  Southwest Airlines was the most travel rewards friendly and family friendly (more on that later).   What airports have direct flights to your destination?  Having this information can help you design your itinerary and not let the airline choose that for you.  Direct Flights to Hawaii are most prevalent from the west coast (such as airports: SEA, PDX, SJC, BUR, LAX, BUR, SFO, OAK and possibly PHX, and LAS). Once you choose your airline, check the airline route maps to your desired destination.  Compare the direct route maps with Google Flights to see which airports had the cheapest direct flights.   Why did we choose Southwest Airlines?   Have open seating which means they do not assign seats. If travel with someone under the age 6, family boarding is between sections A & B.  You can pay an upgrade fee for section A seating. 2 checked bags fly free per passenger.  The weight limit per checked baggage is 50 pounds so it's better to have more bags that weigh less.  On most other airlines check baggage expenses are $40-$50 per flight.   Southwest Airline uses Rapid Rewards (RR) as their travel rewards currency.  The redemption for number of rapid rewards is based on a cost per point equivalency.  In comparison many other airlines have a charts (ie minimum of  25,000 points = $250 flight) with Southwest some of your redemptions might be under 10,000 Rapid Rewards points.  See redemption chart below.   No blackout dates for reward travel.  Given that her husband is a teacher this is really important since they don't have flexible travel and most of the summer and holidays would typically be black out dates for other airline travel reward redemptions.   Companion Pass is a premier travel rewards feature.    What is Southwest AIrlines Companion Pass? The Dusek family has 5 people (2 adults and 3 kids between the ages of 5-11).  They are operation in 2-player mode for travel rewards with both adults having their own credit cards, but they can transfer their rewards currency between family members We plan our credit applications when we know we are going to have an increase spend.   We now only use Travel Rewards credit cards (and got rid of all other credit cards such as Target, Costco, etc) and currently we each have 5 different credit cards active.  Adult 1: Chase SW Premier ($3,000 minimum spend in 3 months for 40,000 RR) Chase SW Business Premier ($5,000 minimum spend in 3 mon for 60,000 RR) $8,000 minimum spend would give a minimum of 8,000 RR + 100,000 RR from bonuses  (Note: many purchases are eligible for 2x-5x per $1 spent) Adult 2:  Chase SW Premier ($3,000 minimum spend in 3 months for 60,000 RR bonus ) Chase SW Performance Business ($5,000 minimum spend in 3 months of 80,000 RR bonus) $8,000 minimum spend would give 8,000 RR + 140,000 Bonus RR (note: RR earned can be 2x on up based on the category of your spend)  With 2 credit cards and 3 months (based on when he applied for the credit card) he had already achieved the 125,000 RR required in a calendar year to achieve Companion Pass Companion Pass is earned when 125,000 RR are earned within a calendar year.  Once achieved it is good for the remainder of that calendar year, and the entire following calendar year.   Sign up for SW Credit cards in October but don't meet minimum spends for 2 cards until January and you will have 23 months on Companion Pass eligibility Companion Pass allows you to have a companion fly with you for free an unlimited number of times.  You can change the companion 3 times in one year.   Adult 1 has Child 1 as companion (free); Adult 2 has Child 2 as companion (free).  Adult 1, Adult 2 and Child 3 use the bank of Rapids Reward points to pay for their flights (plus September 11th security fees)   Hawaii Flight Itinerary with redemptions MKE - SJC:  (Adult 1, Adult 2, Child 3) (9,702 RR) + ($5.60) SJC - KOA Adult 1, Adult 2, Child 3 (10,764 RR) + ($5.60) ITO - HNL Adult 1, Adult 2, Child 3 (4,938 RR) + ($5.60) HNL - OGG Adult 1, Adult 2, Child 3 (4,938 RR) + ($5.60) OGG - LAX Adult 1, Adult 2, Child 3 (17,082 RR) + ($5.60) LAX - MKE Adult 1, Adult 2, Child 3 (12,744 RR) + ($5.60) Companion 1 pay $5.60 per flight ($5.60 x 6 = $33.60) Companion 2 pay $5.60 per flight ($5.60 x 6 = $33.60) Total fees for Adult 1, Adult 2 and Child 3 ($16.80 x 6 = $100.80) Total: $228.60 + 180,504 RR   Other tips to save on travel expenses and understand travel rewards: Cheapest Flights are typically Tuesday or Saturdays Southwest Airlines releases their itineraries 6 months in advance You can continue to study this, but many of the redemption optimizations are not ideal for families.  Do what works for you!  Don't stress about getting the best redemption rates.   Southwest Airlines: does not have many international flights Use Chase Ultimate Rewards for Car rentals and Hotels.  TSA PreCheck is also a free benefit from our Chase Sapphire cards ($85 value for 5 years)  Use Capital One Venture for a travel eraser card to wipe out expenses for things such as Airbnb. Resources listed during this episode:  Downloadable strategy:https://ordinarysherpa.com/rewards/ Scott's Cheap Flights: https://ordinarysherpa.com/scott

Fun Fact
To Milk a Pig

Fun Fact

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 35:40


Allen teaches Arik how to land a plane, Arik recaps the legal battle of the century, and we consider some alternative milk. Runway numbering SFO runway map Iceland is suing Iceland Iceland (supermarket) - Wikipedia The All Consuming show Pig milk Pule cheese Why don't we drink other animals' milk? The Impossible Burger episode of Fun Fact

You Otter Know
Ep 11: All about Rise of the Planet of the Apes!

You Otter Know

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 102:55


*WARNING*: SPOILERS If you haven't yet watched the decade old movie Rise of the Planet of the Apes, be forewarned, we talk about it all! We're doing double duty this week with this episode functioning both as a breakdown/analysis of the movie Rise of the Planet of the Apes as well as Katie's final project for her Biological Anthropology in Pop-Culture class! With that being said, we're linking some specific studies that she references below. Listen to two Bay-Area natives complain that they would've known about that ape sanctuary in San Bruno or proudly exclaim "That's my airport" at the sight of SFO. Oh, and I guess we'll touch on the topic of speech in apes and dash the dreams of some olympic-hopeful discus throwing primates. All this and more on this episode of You Otter Know! PS we misspeak a couple times but here's an easy break down: primates is the term that encompasses all apes, monkeys, lemurs, everyone. Monkeys and apes are further splits on the tree. Below is a link to understanding this breakdown better! https://www.diffen.com/difference/Ape_vs_Monkey Larynx evolution: https://journals.plos.org/plosbiology/article?id=10.1371/journal.pbio.3000764 Lip Smack Evolutionary Potential: https://warwick.ac.uk/newsandevents/pressreleases/chimpanzees_help_trace Female Chimp Social Dynamics in East Africa: http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.660.849&rep=rep1&type=pdf Chimp Stone Tool Throwing Techniques: https://www.nature.com/articles/srep22219 Comparison of Human Evolution and Chimpanzee Throwing Anatomy: https://scholar.harvard.edu/ntroach/evolution-throwing#:~:text=Humans%20are%20remarkable%20throwers%2C%20and,being%20incredibly%20strong%20and%20athletic.&text=These%20morphological%20changes%20are%20first,years%20ago%20in%20Homo%20erectus. An Easier Breakdown of Chimp Social Hierarchy for Our Non-Science Listeners: https://news.janegoodall.org/2018/07/10/top-bottom-chimpanzee-social-hierarchy-amazing/ Comparing and Contrasting Human and Chimp Walking: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/walking-chimps-move-surprisingly-similar-ways-humans-180956836/ If you've made it this far, please know that we appreciate you and we each pet Piper and Alucard in your honor As always, check us out on Instagram for pics and stay informed with updates on Twitter at @UOtterKnowCast Join our discord where you can chat with us and fellow listeners, ask us animal questions that we'll try to answer on the show, and suggest new topics! https://discord.gg/XR8UMsCq Artwork by Graphic Designer, Delusional Artist, Benevolent Dungeon Mister, and Executive Producer: Sleep and Sketch Ink IG: @SleepAndSketch_Ink --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/katie-stafford0/support

Tide Chasers Podcast
Episode 5 : Getting to know Sport Fishing Outlet owner Stefanos

Tide Chasers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2021 94:14


Episode 5:  On this weeks episode, we dive into another aspect of the fishing world with Stefanos, Owner of Sport Fishing Outlet in East Norriton, PA.  This episode is super exciting as we look into the world of a tackle shop owner.  Stefanos has taken Sport Fishing Outlet up a few notches since taking over, which is no small task given the history of SFO.  Renovations, incredible inventory and key local lure/tackle makers make this a true one stop shop for everyone from shore anglers, trollers, river rats, etc.   Please tune in as we talk shop and learn the ins and outs of the a day in the life of a tackle shop owner who also is an avid fisherman! Social media:Facebook: https://www.Facebook.com/SFOtackleshop/Instagram: @sfotackleshop We will be uploading weekly podcasts on Sundays with guests from all corners of the fishing community.  Thank you for tuning in.  Please like and share our content to help get the word out! Where to find Tide Chasers on social media:Instagram: @tide_chasers Facebook: Facebook.com/tidechaserspodcast Hosts: @thatasianangler @dmancari18 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Heart of Business
How TripActions built the ‘best experience in business travel' — without travel

Heart of Business

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2021 41:52


LB and AK miss traveling so much, they're even looking forward to business travel. A redeye flight out of SFO sounds pretty nice to a cooped-up former jet-setter. But what if your business model is business travel? You're even more eager for people to get back on the road. In episode three, AK chats with TripActions CMO Meagen Eisenberg about her company's journey through the pandemic. In response to business travel grinding to a halt last spring, they took some pretty unprecedented steps to keep and grow customer relationships. They even went so far as to meet with some customers on a daily basis. If you're in customer success, you're probably wondering how that's even possible. Time to give this interview a listen! You'll also get a deep dive on LB's best-practice strategy for new year's resolutions and how you can use it to inform your yearly goal setting. Plus, Heartbeats is back and we'll tell you how you can take a personally guided tour of the Andes from the comfort of your home as we run down the good news coming out of the business world.