Dallas and Tom discuss Shaking Up the City, which critically examines many of the concepts and categories within mainstream urban studies that serve dubious policy agendas. Through a combination of theory and empirical evidence, Tom Slater “shakes up” mainstream urban studies in a concise and pointed fashion by turning on its head much of the prevailing wisdom in the field. To this end, he explores the themes of data-driven innovation, urban resilience, gentrification, displacement and rent control, neighbourhood effects, territorial stigmatisation, and ethnoracial segregation. With important contributions to ongoing debates in sociology, geography, urban planning, and public policy, this book engages closely with struggles for land rights and housing justice to offer numerous insights for scholarship and political action to guard against the spread of an urbanism rooted in vested interest. Join us for a series of fascinating conversations about some of the most interesting books about cities and urban life. Author Dr Tom Slater is Professor of Urban Geography at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. Host Fenella Kernebone, Head of Programming, Sydney Ideas at the University of Sydney Interviewed by Dallas Rogers, Senior Lecturer, School of Architecture, Design and Planning, University of Sydney.
In this episode of CRYPTO 101, brought to you by Masterworks.io, we talk with Rafael Cosman of TrustToken about the importance of Stablecoins in the market, and how DeFi projects are changing the world of finance. Sponsored link: www.masterworks.io/crypto101 www.masterworks.io/about/disclaimer Guest Links: https://twitter.com/rafaelcosman https://twitter.com/TrustToken https://www.trusttoken.com/ Show Links: https://CRYPTO101podcast.com Patreon: www.patreon.com/user?u=8429526 Twitter: https://twitter.com/Crypto101Pod https://twitter.com/BrycePaul101 https://twitter.com/PizzaMind https://instagram.com/crypto_101 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/101Crypto https://www.facebook.com/CRYPTO101Podcast **THIS IS NOT FINANCIAL OR LEGAL ADVICE** © Copyright 2021 Boardwalk Flock, LLC All Rights Reserved ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Fog by DIZARO https://soundcloud.com/dizarofr Creative Commons — Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported — CC BY-ND 3.0 Free Download / Stream: http://bit.ly/Fog-DIZARO Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/lAfbjt_rmE8
Defining and aligning with their ideological “tribes” is a growing priority for Americans – and this polarization is driving more and more brand relationships. In this episode, we take a look at how consumers' ideologies affect their choices in brands -- and their opinions about each other. Tune in to hear how Americans are most polarized, how we align – and, ultimately, the role of brands in customers' beliefs and decisions. Guests: Rachel Bonsignore, VP, and consultant, GfK Consumer Life Resources: Whitepaper: Divided we stand: Decoding the citizen shopper More on this episode: Get more details about this episode at www.gfk.com/en-us/thinking-ahead Contact the Thinking Ahead Podcast at firstname.lastname@example.org
Financial institutions and markets have the unique capacity to effectively identify risks and fund solutions. Investments in cutting-edge green technologies have a powerful role to play in reducing carbon emissions, increasing the use of renewable energies, transforming waste, and much more. In this episode, we discuss scaling-up investments in green technologies with Dr. Vanessa Z. Chan, Chief Commercialization Officer and Director of the Office of Technology Transitions at the U.S. Department of Energy, and John Goldstein, Managing Director and Head of the Sustainable Finance Group at Goldman Sachs.
An online marketplace that helps to facilitate trade between marijuana sellers and buyers will soon see its own stock traded on the Nasdaq. Another that connects pet owners with walkers, boarders and other caregivers just posted its first earnings as a publicly traded company. And a 3-year-old Redmond-based biotech company with a mere 25 employees just raised $80 million its stock market debut. SPACs are shaking up Seattle's startup scene. On this episode of the GeekWire Podcast, we examine how special purpose acquisition companies are turning startups into publicly traded stocks at a rapid clip. The SPAC phenomenon is giving many of these companies access to additional sources of capital while creating new risks for investors and raising questions about the long-term direction of the stock market. Our guest (and guest audio editor) is Laurel Deppen, a journalist who has been working as an intern at GeekWire in Seattle this summer through the Dow Jones News Fund, reporting a wide range of stories about the region's tech and business community, including an earlier story about soon-to-be public online cannabis marketplace Leafly. She studied broadcast journalism at Western Kentucky University, where she was editor-in-chief of the College Heights Herald, and in addition to joining us for the podcast conversation, she edited this episode as one of the final assignments of her summer internship. In the second segment of the show, we talk with Laurel about her overall impressions of Seattle as a newcomer to the city, as documented in part in her story, How Bumble BFF helped this Kentucky transplant find friends and break The Seattle Freeze. And in our final segment, it's the return of the Random Channel, our segment exploring the random things that caught our attention this week. Laurel talks about the HBO drama The White Lotus, GeekWire co-founder John Cook suggests the new podcast The Edge, and I share my enthusiasm about recent episodes of Kara Swisher's New York Times podcast, Pivot. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Jeanna Smialek, reporter covering the Federal Reserve and the economy for The New York Times and Lauren Hirsch, New York Times and DealBook reporter covering business, policy and mergers and acquisitions, discuss the latest jobs report and what the delta variant means for the return to the workplace.
Celebrity Stylist, Host, and Fashion Expert Sam Saboura joins Heather to discuss all things fashion, honey. Learn the ins and outs of fashion including what to splurge on, the must haves for your post-pandemic wardrobe, the perks of online shopping, and the trends we can all do without. Plus, Heather gives us an update on the twins' college applications and details the scary encounter that's left her paranoid.
Anyone who's lost a loved one knows how challenging after-death decision making can be, and Emily Cisek, CEO and co-founder of The Postage, wanted to simplify the process, making it more convenient and more enjoyable. On the show, Emily shares how she's found success in an industry ripe for disruption and the opportunities and challenges she's had as a B-to-C business coming of age during a global pandemic.
When Paige Cleveland, Brook Perdigon and Alexis Hartman began meeting for coffee in the early days of the pandemic, they didn't realize that their casual conversations would evolve into a new model for navigating the industry. The trio of textile designers are putting their ideas to the test with the California Collective—a unique partnership in which they pool business expertise and resources to sell directly to designers in their home state. In this episode of the podcast, the group tells host Dennis Scully about pulling their products out of California showrooms, their early experiences with the new model, and how a more transparent industry could be best-suited to evolving client expectations. This episode was sponsored by The House of Rohl and The Future of Home conference.LINKSBrook PerdigonRule of ThreeLake AugustCalifornia CollectiveDennis ScullyBusiness of Home
Laura speaks with LYMA founder Lucy Goff for this episode. They talk about tearing up the rule book, choosing investors that believe in your vision and managing the work/life juggle. Find out more about LYMA here...https://lyma.life/ https://www.instagram.com/lymalife/Follow The Sunday Times Stylehttps://www.instagram.com/theststyle/https://twitter.com/TheSTStyleTo get more of The Times and The Sunday Times, visit thetimes.co.uk/secretsofthesidehustle See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this throwback episode of the Power Women In Insurance, Jourdan Kitchens, the Senior Risk Manager at Bailey Family Insurance joins the podcast. Jourdan explores being a millennial in insurance and how her background in the restaurant industry helped her to bring excellent service as a Risk Manager. Episode Highlights: Jourdan shares her background. (3:21) Jourdan discusses her personal and professional growth over the past few years. (6:20) Jourdan shares how they combined old-school service and connection, with the present generation. (9:43) Does Jourdan find that communication styles vary by generation? (15:06) What technological advancements has Jourdan been utilizing? (19:17) Jourdan shares her thoughts on virtual work environments. (22:00) Jourdan explains the dynamic between her and her assistant. (27:32) Key Quotes: “I feel like the transition from bartending in the service industry to insurance has been a great thing for me. I had no idea I'd be good at sales.” - Jourdan Kitchens “Insurance is not a tangible thing. It's not a drink, it's not a piece of paper. I can't just give you a drink and make you happy. Insurance is something that holds really no value to most people until they have to use it.” - Jourdan Kitchens “With Coronavirus, we've seen everyone's working at home. They're working whenever they want to. You've got to fit into their day. You can't just fit into that nine to five. Life doesn't end at five o'clock and it doesn't start at nine. We've got to adapt to when people are actually paying attention.” - Jourdan Kitchens Resources Mentioned: Jourdan Kitchens LinkedIn Bailey Family Insurance Contact Teresa Kitchens
Episode 56: On the First Hour of the show, We have Crypto Scammers Rip Off Billions as Pump-and-Dump Schemes Go Digital. Then, we have Trump suing the Social Media top three in a class-action lawsuit against big tech. Next, apple founder Steve Wozniak backs the right-to-repair movement, and we have a review of the new iOS15 from Apple. Finally, we have Mike's Mesmerizing Moment brought to us by StoriCoffee® along with our NFT and Whiskey Tastings, all in the first hour packed with technology information.On the Second Hour, we have our "Letters" segment reading this week's email scams and funny phishing attempts. Then, from Security Fanatics, we have Nick Espinoza talk about a security breach shaking up the MSP (Manage Service Providers) of IT services to small companies. The breach is terrifying and has the IT security experts all up in arms. Then in our "Nathan Nugget" segment, we talk about Microsoft, Nathan's former employer, with five breaking stories that impacted Microsoft just this week. I am sure that during this hour we will make you go hummm and hopefully make you laugh and have fun in technology. Welcome to TechTimeRadio, with your Host Nathan Mumm and co-host Mike Gorday.“Welcome to TechTime Radio with Nathan Mumm, the show that makes you go "Hummmm" technology news of the week for July 10th - July 16th, 2021. The radio show for the everyday common person, that will impact your future with insightful segments, weeks ahead of the mainstream media.”--- [Loaded Question Of The Day]: Starts at 10:17--- [Top Stories in 5 Minutes]: Starts at 11:05 Trump sues Facebook, Google, and Twitter in class-action lawsuits - https://tinyurl.com/wnszra3w Apple founder Steve Wozniak backs right-to-repair movement - https://tinyurl.com/68bk358n Nintendo Switch OLED model will go on sale October 8th for $350 - https://tinyurl.com/dzr3jx63 --- [Technology Insider]: Starts at 23:57This week we review the new iOS15 from Apple and give you the breakdown of the good, the bad, and the ugly. --- [Crypto Carnage]: Starts at 42:01Crypto Scammers Rip Off Billions as Pump-and-Dump Schemes Go Digital--- [Mike's Mesmerizing Moment brought to us by StoriCoffee®]: Starts at 52:16--- [Pick of the Day]: Starts at 54:25Dark Northern Reserve | 91 Proof | $54.00Nathan: Thumbs Up | Mike: Thumbs UpEpisode 55: Hour 2 - 59:50--- [Love Shack Question]: Starts at 1:05:15--- [Letters]: Starts at 1:09:20Nathan reads this week's emails scams sent to him in the mail and email. --- [Ask the Expert]: Starts at 1:20:12CEO and CISO from Security Fanatics, Nick Espinoza talks about a security breach shaking up the MSP (Manage Service Providers) of IT services to small companies in the segment called "The Kaseya breach". Unidragon THE WOODEN JIGSAW PUZZLES Get a Special Discount Code for 10% Off your order with "DragonTech" until June 1st 2021 StoriCofee with TechTimeRadio StoriCoffee is a proud sponsor of Mike's Mesmerizing moments and of the TTR weekly giveaways. Elite Executive Services With our CIO's On Demand solution you gets an Technology fractional CIO working directly for you.Upper Left Corner (True Crime Podcast) Welcome To The Upper Left Corner: A PNW True Crime Podcast and Wine Pairing for each episode.
When you live in the White House, every day is sure to be an adventure! Sisters Winnie and Ingrid have lived in the White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, for eight years. Inauguration Day is approaching, and they're getting ready to say goodbye to the home forever. When their dad, the president, makes a surprising announcement, the girls find that their last weeks in the White House are sure to be memorable! If you have a book you want me to review on the show, email me at email@example.com. Have a great week! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ellie-mano/message
“Sometimes if you have that kind of intense belief, you can sort of make it happen.” - Bill Harris Today's guest is Bill Harris, CEO of Nirvana, an early-stage digital consumer financial services firm In Miami Beach. Bill has been in the tech/financial/cybersecurity space for over 30 years, and has started or run 11 companies. In this episode, Bill sits down with the team to discuss his career and story, his new venture in Miami, disrupting the personal banking industry, and much more!
What can a snow globe teach you about life, leadership, and change? According to our guest today, quite a bit. Jeff Nischwitz is the Founder and Chief Story Debunker of The Nischwitz Group, a speaking, consulting and coaching company that transforms people and organizations… one story at a time! Jeff gives us practical tips on handling change while using it to develop personally and professionally.
According to the Financial and Accounting Women's Alliance, women represent 50% of all full time staff at CPA firms, but make up just 27% of partners and principals. Even though more and more women are entering the tax and accounting professions, women are still vastly underrepresented in management and leadership roles. What will it take to buck that trend? There are many women in finance these days, but there's still a huge gap in the amount of women in leadership roles. On today's episode of the Taxgirl podcast, Kelly is joined by Kathryn Kaminsky to discuss the gap of women in tax and accounting leadership. Kathryn is Vice Chair and Trust Solutions Co-Leader at PwC. In this role, she leads the combined Tax and Assurance business. She is a partner with over 25 years of experience serving the financial services industry. Kathryn was recognized in Crain's 2019 list of Notable Women in Accounting and Consulting. One of her chief focuses in her role is the advancement of female and diverse professionals in the firm, and she regularly speaks at Universities, conferences, and PwC functions regarding career development and women in leadership. Listen to Kelly and Kathryn talk about women in finance in leadership roles: The power of opening up to colleagues about your life and how doing so can form stronger bonds. Building strong relationships in business requires empathy and compassion. Many women feel like they're unable to ask for help in their work environment. The importance of providing yourself “a moment to breathe” outside of being everyone's counselor. Balancing work and family time can look different for everyone; there shouldn't be any judgment. What advice would Kathryn give to younger women about finding a mentor in their workplace? Nurturing relationships with your allies and mentors at work. Kathryn's experience taking tax and accounting classes after graduating with a History degree during undergrad. The joy of truly loving the work and client relationships in tax and accounting. Did Kathryn feel any pushback as a woman in leadership? Whether women and POC in leadership roles feel like they have to be the “voice” of their entire demographic. How are Diversity and Inclusion initiatives progressing and evolving? Tax and accounting firms have traditionally been resistant to change; does that create additional hurdles for Diversity and Inclusion programming? Kathryn's hope for PwC and women in finance and accounting in the future? The impact of sharing support and experiences with family. Normalizing letting the next generations see that there are many paths to success. More about Kelly Phillips Erb: Kelly is the creator and host of the Taxgirl podcast series. Kelly is a practicing tax attorney with considerable experience and knowledge. She works with taxpayers like you every day. One of the things that she does is help folks out of tax jams, and hopefully, keep others from getting into them. Links mentioned: Kelly's Website – TaxgirlKathryn S Kaminsky -- LinkedIn
In this episode, Vinnie talks to the seller of an info product, Amazon KDP, and display advertising business created in March 2017 in the children niche. Listen in to find out how the business makes an average of $7,919 per month in net profit, why the seller has decided to sell, the lessons learned from running the business, and much more. Find more businesses like listing #53742 at empireflippers.com.
This week's episode features New York-based legal recruiter and consultant Sharon Mahn discussing the wild Big Law associate compensation landscape and what firms are doing to attract and retain young lawyer talent. The recent move by several firms to bump starting associate salaries to $200,000 and up has set off a cascade of movement throughout the AmLaw 100, to the delight of associates and dismay of some law firm clients and support staff.
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In this episode of The NBA Podcast, Morten Jensen (@msjnba) and Bryan Toporek (@btoporek) discuss how a handful of notable injuries are shaking up the NBA title race.Will Anthony Davis' groin injury send the Los Angeles Lakers home in Round 1? How can the Dallas Mavericks regain momentum in the wake of Luka Doncic's neck injury? Do the Philadelphia 76ers have enough talent to close out the Washington Wizards without Joel Embiid? How have these injuries affected the overall title race?Check out the episode to hear Morten and Bryan discuss all of that and more.Follow us on Twitter: @TheNBAPodTitle odds via FanDuel Sportsbook: https://sportsbook.fanduel.com/sports/navigation/830.1/10107.3
Palm Tree is a rising firm you should familiarize yourself with. From the outside, it looks like a traditional consulting firm, but in reality, it's much more than that, and functions as a one-stop shop for Private Equity.In this conversation, we chat with 2 leaders from the firm - a Managing Partner and HR leader. We cover everything from Palm Tree's unique value prop, what it looks for in candidates, why it may be the right fit for you, and more! LinksBlack Belt Case Prep Program: LEARN MORE Visit the Palm Tree Website: CLICK HERE Connect with Charles on LinkedIn: CLICK HERELiked this episode? Leave a review on Apple Podcasts to help us get to 1,000 reviews!What topics do you want more of? Fill out a
Next-generation machine-learning tools are poised to upend how scientists study behavior in animal models of autism — and not everyone is happy about it. The post https://www.spectrumnews.org/news/how-artificial-intelligence-is-shaking-up-animal-behavior-studies-in-autism/ appeared first on https://www.spectrumnews.org Spectrum | Autism Research News
PV Unfiltered: On this week's episode of PV Unfiltered, we shake things up with Latham Woodward, CEO of Shoogies and podcast host of Dazed and Infused. George and Latham discuss their venture into cannabis and take a nostalgic trip through memory lane.
When Bella BAHHS speaks, host Jacoby Cochran listens. The multi-disciplinary artist and activist is one of the main subjects in the new documentary “Unapologetic,” which follows young Black organizers in Chicago following the police killing of Rekia Boyd. She also recently released “Acres of Ancestry,” a deeply personal virtual performance. Guest: Bella BAHHS (@bellabahhs) Follow us on Twitter: @CityCastChicago Sign up for our newsletter: chicago.citycast.fm
We go back to the Gospel of Mark and continue our series called SHAKING UP THE STATUS QUO. In this message, we’ll contrast the “old wineskins” of the Jewish religious establishment and the “new wineskins” introduced by Jesus. In our passage this week, we’ll teach on the Sabbath, and we’ll contrast “looking good” (old wineskins) with “doing good” (new wineskins).
In this episode of the Niche Website Builders Podcast, Adam Smith talks to Dom Wells, Founder and CEO of OnFolio, a company shaking up the online asset investment space that is in the process of going public to grow or get cash flow. OnFolio acquires and manages a diversified portfolio of online businesses across a broad range of verticals, each with a niche content focus. Dom is an industry thought leader, international speaker, and seven-figure portfolio business owner. He has been buying and growing online businesses since 2014. Links: OnFolio – https://onfolio.co/ Dom Wells on Twitter – https://twitter.com/teamonfolio Dom Wells on LinkedIn – https://tw.linkedin.com/in/dominic-wells-55946b91 Niche Website Builders – https://www.nichewebsite.builders/ Niche Website Builders Podcast – https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/niche-website-builders/id1548013326 Niche Website Builders on YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDX_rVwDP_IQVx1tjn_h8dQ Niche Website Builders on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/nichewebsitebuilders/ Niche Website Builders’ Email – http://firstname.lastname@example.org
Ahead of this week's Budget, tax specialist Terry Baucher has just written a piece for The Spinoff arguing that our tax system is "broken". Terry joins Jesse to explain what he thinks needs addressing.
This industry is the epitome of the "old boys" network. While it has made some progress we still have a ways to go. People like Halle Kane are a breath of fresh air and are breathing new perspectives in our industry. We chat with her about her journey.
PV Unfiltered: On this week's episode of PV Unfiltered, we shake things up with Latham Woodward, CEO of Shoogies and podcast host of Dazed and Infused. George and Latham discuss their venture into cannabis and take a nostalgic trip through memory lane.
Join Jim and Greg as they get a kick out of President Biden celebrating a very meager goal in getting kids back in the classroom. They also fume as Biden sides with the WHO in wanting to “pause” the patents for the companies that developed the vaccines in order to boost production. And they react […]
Join Jim and Greg as they get a kick out of President Biden celebrating a very meager goal in getting kids back in the classroom. They also fume as Biden sides with the WHO in wanting to "pause" the patents for the companies that developed the vaccines in order to boost production. And they react to Democrats debating whether to remove Iowa and New Hampshire as the first caucus and primary states because they're too white.Please visit our great sponsors:Porter Roadhttps://porterroad.com/martiniVisit PorterRoad.com and save $20 off your first order of $100 or more using promo code Martini.My Pillowhttps://mypillow.com/martiniUse code ‘Martini” to get $65 off the 6-piece towel set.
Join us as with sit with conscious hip-hop artist Gabriel Rima, aka lyrical wizard Zen Tempest as we discuss: the profoundly impactful magic of wordplay combining prayer with rap Gabriels reverent upbringing + how he began weaving prayer + rap--creating a unique flow all his own what is prayer? why do we pray + what does it do? how 'Zen Tempest' came to be how to get into a space to channel what to do with creativity wounds what is the Flow Dojo + importance of being held in a creative community? gaining awareness over celebrity culture influence influential celebs that each of us looked up to Gabriels fascination + connection with the Marvel Universe shaking people awake with words EMBRACE being the black sheep! Stay tuned til the end of the episode to hear about a new project that Zen Tempest has in the works! Connect with Zen Tempest + the Animineral Codex Playlists on Soundcloud, Spotify and support + purchase his music on Bandcamp Find more information on the Flow Dojo ciphers Zen Tempest facilitates by connecting on Facebook and Instagram (@zentempest).
This message concludes our series called SHAKING UP THE STATUS QUO by looking at the religious leaders who believed that Jesus was working with the devil and Jesus’ family, who thought He was crazy. This kind of reaction often happens when we can’t explain something naturally. The response of Jesus is classic and powerful!
In This Episode You’ll Hear About:How growing up in an Italian family, getting to go to Italy in the summers, and loving fashion as a child and young adult led Marisa to believe that the fashion industry is where she belongedHow she ended up in marketing after moving to New York post college to pursue a career as a fashion writer and why she decided to stay in marketingWhy her time at Anomaly under an incredible boss and mentor helped her learn the industry of advertising and branding and gave her a strong foundation and a confident awareness of where she fit within that space, and funny enough it was in the beverage branding spaceWhy her time in strategy at 360i gave her a lot of opportunities to hone her people management skills, which have become critical to her success with what she is doing nowHow Marisa and her team came up with the name United Sodas of America and why they wanted to start this company in the first placeHow their press strategy created such momentum and success at their launch, even though they launched in May of 2020, literally in the midst of a pandemicWhy actually selling out of the product within the first three months led to bringing production in-house for a time, what they hope to see in the future as the company scales, and why they are currently blissfully self-fundedWhat challenges come with building a business in the midst of a pandemic and why compassionate leadership is critical as everyone is re learning how to balance life, work, and the world around themWhy their retail strategy is helping them get in front of the right people at the right time, and how it is successfully working out for them as a DTC brandWhat business advice Marisa has for aspiring entrepreneurs and operators of brands and also what to expect soon from United Sodas of AmericaTo Find Out More:unitedsodas.comQuotes:“If you can make it work with the people that you work with and if you can learn from the best person you know, then that makes it all worthwhile.” “It doesn't matter what we're working on, we'll find a way to make the work incredible if we’re with the right people on the right team.”“My mentality is when you're somebody's manager, you're building a team, like you're responsible for their work, but you're really responsible for making sure that they're in the right mindset to do their work. And that includes the right environment.”“When you hire someone, when you manage someone, know as much as you can about what they prefer to do and what they want and where they want to be going. As long as you can guide people to where they want to be going, even if that's outside of your company or above your own title, that's going to be good for you and for them.”“The inclination to want to do a beverage, a soda space beverage, whatever that was, mixed with the strikingness of the name really set us down the path of what we ended up creating visually, brand wise, everything.”“We're not a brand that's trying to satisfy every soda drinker. The Mountain Dew drinker, the hardcore Mountain Dew drinker, for example, might not be the person for us.”“I'm a big believer in that if you do something interesting and make something beautiful, press will care.”“Timing is really important. So making sure everything launches, at least in the same flight of days, can really create a huge difference and maintain momentum.”“I'm a big believer in developing a brand strategy at the same time as looking at the visuals.”“We are re-learning how to do life at the same time that we are building a company and, you know, managing that for my own personal self, whatever, being sensitive to the employees that I have and making sure that the excitement and the momentum of the brand isn't crushing their spirits and is rather raising their spirits is really, really a fine balance.” “You have to have a kind of like a willing naiveté, I think, to be an entrepreneur. If you know too much about the industry that you're about to disrupt, you won't disrupt it.”“Consumers always call the shots. So if you launch DTC, and consumers and press and celebrities and whoever else is buying your brand talks about it and says, "This is what we want. This is what we love," distributors will get it. And so will retailers. And so other buyers.”
This message begins a new series in the Gospel of Mark called Shaking up the Status Quo. In the next four messages, we will see Jesus challenging the religious people of His day. He actually throws them into a panic. It seems that they (and most religious systems) are focusing on the wrong things! In this message, we see Jesus spend time with “sinners” and break human traditions. He gives some wonderful illustrations to explain the system of grace.
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March 3, 2021 It's been an emotional week for Trail Blazers fans as Gary Trent Jr and Rodney Hood left the team to join their new team. Portland welcomes Norman Powell to the roster, and Jusuf Nurkic finally makes his return. The Trail Blazers manage to win all 3 games this week and that's cause for celebration--at least Dia thinks so, Dave is a little more hesitant. The two also talk other trades around the league, the buy out market and how the second half of the season will play out. Podcast Music Credits Protofunk by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4247-protofunk License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Blue Ska by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3453-blue-ska License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/pdst.fm/e/chtbl.com/track/3271E/traffic.megaphone.fm/VMP5983745033.mp3 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jarran Reed appears to be on his way out of Seattle, so will the signing of Al Woods be enough to overcome that departure? Michael Bumpus stops by Jake and Stacy to discuss that as well as the 49ers going all in on the 2021 Draft. On The Timeline, just what the heck was that fire in the sky over Seattle on Thursday? Also in the hour Alabama head coach Nick Saban said something this week that Jake and Stacy really hope Pete Carroll listens to. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
When Eva, Josh and Donal signed up to go university, they would have laughed if you told them that a few years later they’d be directors in their own Animation Studio. But when COVID wiped out all of their placement opportunities, they decided to go out and create their own — launching Aura Digital in the process. In today’s episode, hear how three students found a gap in the market, built a fully digital business and provided employment for other creatives during the pandemic Check it out. // This interview is part of our Tough Times, Tougher City mini-series presented in partnership with Belfast City Council featuring five businesses who have started, scaled or pivoted during the pandemic. To find out more about how the Council can help you and your business, please click here. // Webpage for this episode: https://bestofbelfast.org/stories/aura-digital-animation-belfast
As much as we love adventure, we also love stability. Especially in this COVID era, people are drawn to safe places like never before. One exception to this norm is today’s guest, Sandy Scholes, Chief People Officer at Flipp Corporation. As the overseer of the human resource strategy of the organization, Sandy is passionate about talent, performance, training, even change management. With a heart for skill development, she is also keen on creating avenues and resources for marketplace education. As Sandy shares in this episode, attitude, fit, and collaboration are paramount in today’s workforce. If you value courage, are secure in your role, and promote diversity and representation, your goal of bettering your career will take flight. Resources LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sandyfallon/?originalSubdomain=ca Connect with Dan www.dancockerell.com Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/dancockerell/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/dancockerell/ Facebook - www.facebook.com/dancockerellspeaker
Shares of GameStop shot up 400 percent last week, egged on by the Reddit forum r/WallStreetBets. The online community rallied to drive up the stock price and put the squeeze on big hedge funds who had bet against the struggling video game retailer. Reddit chief executive Steve Huffman — who calls r/WallStreetBets one of his “guilty pleasures” — described this as “the online stock-betting equivalent of, like, jumping off a cliff into a river.”On this episode of “Sway,” Kara speaks to Huffman about the ethos behind the online movement, whether Reddit may have been used for market manipulation and if he fears an investigation by the S.E.C. She also presses him on the narrative that this is a David vs. Goliath story of Main Street beating Wall Street — after all, who will be left holding the bag when GameStop’s stock eventually comes crashing?You can find transcripts (posted midday) and more information for all episodes at nytimes.com/sway, and you can find Kara on Twitter @karaswisher.