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Are you exhausted? Can you no longer find joy in your life or relationships? It's time for a change or maybe a transition. Listen to how Dr. Radhika Sharma Curtis, and her hubby, both OB/GYNs, decided to take control of their lives and recreate the joy they craved and how you can too. And if you are looking to spice up your love life, come on Honeymoon 2.0 with your hunny. Save the date now! October 7-11, 2024 at the Four Seasons in Maui. An unforgettable couples retreat where desires will be fulfilled. Haleakala magical mountain bike ride through a cloud, surfing, hula dancing, couples coaching, intimacy challenges and more!
The CPGGUYS are joined in this episode by Ajay Sharma, North America VP of eCommerce & Omnichannel for Bayer Consumer Health, manufacturer of iconic brands like One-A-Day, Advil, Claritin, Alka-Seltzer, & Miralax.Follow Ajay Sharma on LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/in/ajay-sharma-26900360/Follow Bayer on Linkedin : https://www.linkedin.com/company/bayer/Follow Bayer online at: https://www.bayer.com/Ajay answers these questions : Take us through your career journey from school in the UK to pharmacy management to Coca-Cola to Bayer and now as an ecommerce leader in our industry?How do you work with your teammates at buyer in the physical world of brick & mortar and how do omnichannel plans get developed?Retail media - would love your thinking on this. How do you approach retail media, secure budgets and what would you advice others on planning effectively for this?What are metrics that matter in the omnichannel world - we would say content, search, etc - would love that from you - what do you measure as success?The world of artificial intelligence - how are you learning and keeping pace with its development? How do you connect it to what you do for Bayer and the industry?Data has become a monetized platform for retailers. Some scaled data represents consumer habits, some is very retail centric movement, kinda making the syndicated data world less relevant. What's your thought on retail centric data that now is all over the industry?Talent - simply put what makes a good digital or omnichannel leader. You come from the brick & mortar world of pharmacy and adapted to digital. What's the mojo?The last question on the CPGGUYS is always fast forward. What trends are you following and what do you think is next for the industry with omnichannel?CPG Guys Website: http://CPGguys.comFMCG Guys Website: http://FMCGguys.comCPG Scoop Website: http://CPGscoop.comNextUp Website: http://NextUpisnow.org/cpgguysRetailWit Website: http://retailwit.comRhea Raj's Website: http://rhearaj.comDISCLAIMER: The content in this podcast episode is provided for general informational purposes only. By listening to our episode, you understand that no information contained in this episode should be construed as advice from CPGGUYS, LLC or the individual author, hosts, or guests, nor is it intended to be a substitute for research on any subject matter. Reference to any specific product or entity does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation by CPGGUYS, LLC. The views expressed by guests are their own and their appearance on the program does not imply an endorsement of them or any entity they represent. CPGGUYS LLC expressly disclaims any and all liability or responsibility for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, consequential or other damages arising out of any individual's use of, reference to, or inability to use this podcast or the information we presented in this podcast.
Naresh Sharma serves as the Under-Secretary at the Ministry of Forests and Environment. Recently elected as the Vice Chair of the Accreditation Panel of the Adaptation Fund under the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, Sharma brings valuable expertise to the role. Pallab Regmi holds the position of Climate Change Advisor at Save the Children Nepal & Bhutan, boasting a professional track record in climate change and humanitarian projects.
As a co-founder of NourishDoc, a global holistic wellness platform for peri to post-menopausal women, Amita Sharma is on a mission to bring affordable wellness to every woman in the world. NourishDoc has designed evidence based and culture-sensitive holistic wellness programs for women's wellness, self-care and prevention. With menopause as a taboo globally and over 1 billion women reaching menopause, wellness for women at this stage should be at the forefront. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode is brought to you by PearsonRavitz - helping physicians safeguard their most valuable assets. In the second part of our podcast conversation with Dr. Lee Sharma, a seasoned gynecologist and conflict resolution expert, delves deeper into the strategies and techniques that healthcare professionals can employ to navigate conflicts successfully. Dr. Sharma continues to emphasize the importance of moving away from positional bargaining and adopting interest-based negotiation as a more constructive approach. Looking for something specific? Here you go! 00:01:58 Reframe conflict within a system. 00:09:26 Awareness drives behavior change. 00:15:28 Importance of valuing diverse perspectives. The timestamp in the podcast where it starts to say "Conflict can lead to growth" is 00:20:44. Conflict can lead to growth. 00:21:04 Conflict can lead to positive outcomes. 00:29:29 Conflict resolution is vital. More on Dr. Lee Sharma: Dr. Lee Sharma is a gynecologist with a rich background in healthcare and conflict resolution. She has been practicing in Auburn, Alabama, since 1997 and holds a master's degree in conflict resolution. Dr. Sharma has worked with hospitals and medical practices as a mediator and has been an advocate for patients through various medical organizations. Her expertise lies in improving patient care and physician well-being through effective conflict resolution. Did ya know… You can also be a guest on our show? Please email me at email@example.com to connect or visit www.physiciansguidetodoctoring.com to learn more about the show! Socials: @physiciansguidetodoctoring on FB @physicianguidetodoctoring on YouTube @physiciansguide on Instagram and Twitter
This episode is brought to you by PearsonRavitz - helping physicians safeguard their most valuable assets. This is part 1 with Dr. Lee Sharma, a gynecologist with extensive experience in healthcare. She discusses the importance of conflict resolution for physicians and highlights how conflicts in healthcare settings impact patient care and physician well-being. Dr. Sharma also emphasizes the need to move beyond positional bargaining and focus on understanding interests to find creative solutions that benefit all parties involved. Looking for something specific? Here you go! 00:02:04 Conflict resolution improves patient care. 00:08:00 Conflict can escalate quickly. 00:10:15. Focus on shared interests, not positions. 00:16:18 Avoid positional bargaining in negotiations. 00:20:19 Conflict resolution requires understanding and empathy. 00:24:52 Assumptions hinder effective communication. 00:31:11 Motivate and align goals effectively. More on Dr. Lee Sharma: Dr. Lee Sharma is a gynecologist with a rich background in healthcare and conflict resolution. She has been practicing in Auburn, Alabama, since 1997 and holds a master's degree in conflict resolution. Dr. Sharma has worked with hospitals and medical practices as a mediator and has been an advocate for patients through various medical organizations. Her expertise lies in improving patient care and physician well-being through effective conflict resolution. Did ya know… You can also be a guest on our show? Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to connect or visit www.physiciansguidetodoctoring.com to learn more about the show! Socials: @physiciansguidetodoctoring on FB @physicianguidetodoctoring on YouTube @physiciansguide on Instagram and Twitter
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This is a coverage of The Haunting of Bly Manor back when it was newly released. We are releasing on our Flanaverse/Fall of the House of Usher feed for your convenience! In this episode, we dive into Bly Manor episode 3 titled "The Two Faces, Part One" and episode 4 titled "The Way it Came". We discuss the true nature of our major Bly couples: Rebecca & Peter Quint, Dani and Specs, and most importantly, the blossoming of a new relationship, DANI AND JAMIE!!!! RIP, Mrs. Sharma! Alcohol you later! This is our The Fall of the House of Usher and Mike Flanagan Specific feed, but if you like what you heard, please check us out at www.bingetowntv.com or follow us on our main BingetownTV feed because we cover so many different shows! More BingetownTV Content! Check Out Our Podcast on Youtube! Check Out Our Youtube Entertainment Channel! Join the BingetownTV Community Discord (FREE) Follow us on Socials! Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/bingetowntv/ Twitter/X - https://twitter.com/bingetowntvpod TikTok- https://www.tiktok.com/@bingetowntv?_t=8gdE279ReTm&_r=1 Support the Pod! Patreon- www.patreon.com/bingetowntv Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join us in this episode as we chat with Divya Sharma, the youngest executive at the University of Manitoba Students' Union. Dive into Divya's world of community engagement, where she not only serves on multiple boards but also actively promotes Indigenous Reconciliation, youth involvement, and diversity, equity, and inclusion. Discover how Divya leverages her leadership, public speaking, budgeting, and strategic planning skills to build strong communities. Learn from her experiences in student politics, government, and the non-profit sector. This is a must-listen for anyone passionate about making a positive impact and fostering change in their community. Connect with Divya on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/divyasharma--/?originalSubdomain=ca — Connect or with Jessica: https://jessicadumas.mykajabi.com/2024-link-in-bio-4c2ba954-b889-4a15-b857-ff29a427b4cc Jessica Dumas Coaching and Training and The Confidence and Communication Podcast is overflowing with appreciation to our first podcast sponsor, The Johnston Group Inc. The Johnston Group provides employee benefits to more than 30,000 businesses across Canada. Thank you so much for supporting my vision and investing in the podcast. Please accept my extreme gratitude, which will help get the message of self-love, healing, and growth out to a greater audience. Thank you to our sponsor, The Johnston Group Inc., who is helping bring this message to You. Follow them on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/johnstongroupinc/
Profound Pathways: Stories of Triumph with Rahual SharmaWalk In VictoryWrite Your First Non-Fiction Book Using AIJoin NaRon Tillman in a captivating conversation with Rahul Sharma, a seasoned leadership coach and transformational speaker. In this episode of Walk In Victory, Rahul shares profound insights into the significance of relationships, both personal and professional. He emphasizes the importance of nurturing relationships with love, sacrifice, accommodation, and compromise. The discussion delves into the ups and downs inherent in any relationship, and the need to continually invest in their growth.Rahul's expertise extends to personal transformation, addressing common obstacles like resistance to change and reluctance to step out of one's comfort zone. He stresses the power of mindset shifts and internal change in the journey towards meaningful transformation.Listeners will gain valuable perspective on distinguishing between change and transformation, understanding that true growth starts from within. Rahul's guidance emphasizes the importance of self-realization and surrounding oneself with positivity. This episode offers actionable advice on navigating personal and professional relationships, and unlocking the potential for lasting change.Tune in to gain powerful insights into relationship dynamics and personal transformation with Rahul Sharma.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4078479/advertisement
Any chance the Cubs sneak into the Ohtani sweepstakes like the way they shocked the world with hiring manager Craig Counsell? The Athletic's Sahadev Sharma tells Erik Kratz about how the Counsell move went down, what's next with the roster and seriously...Shohei Ohtani or nah? Watch FT offseason coverage: LIVE shows, daily videos on the big moves and...John Fisher sucks. -- Use discount code FOUL for 20% off your first order at teazaenergy.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week, we share Chris's interview with Emily Macklin, Neha Sharma, Amber Skerry, three SLPs working with the deafblind population at Perkins School for the Blind! They share a wealth of information about working with deafblind students, including how sensory impairment influences their incidental learning, the importance of trial and error in teaching language, the different ways deafblind students use AAC, and more! Before the episode, Rachel shares about a client who uses Read & Write for Chrome. Some school team members felt assistive technology was a “crutch”. until Rachel and the client made a story together using the Read & Write that convinced them was an important tool! Key ideas this week:
Join us in this episode as we explore the fascinating world of ancient Indian astronomy and astrology. We discuss the relationship between these two fields and how they evolved from naturalistic observations of celestial bodies. Bibliography: Subbarayappa, B. V. (1994). Indian Astronomy: An Introduction. Cambridge University Press. Ramasubramanian, K., & Srinivas, M. D. (1994). Astronomy and Mathematics in Ancient India. Cambridge University Press. Sharma, P. (2017). The Story of Astronomy in India. Penguin Random House India. Topic: History of India Ko-fi: http://ko-fi.com/namaskarindia UPI ID: 9893547492@paytm Paypal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/aduppala Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/namaskarindialive/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/namaskarindialive Twitter: https://twitter.com/AradhanaDuppala Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/NamaskarIndia WhatsApp Discussions: https://chat.whatsapp.com/H8IUJPlB32cA2soTjrTghV WhatsApp Announcements: https://chat.whatsapp.com/KVd5UHxumW90TxLHjkB89k --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/namaskar-india/support
Speaking up doesn't have to be done in a big heroic way. Minor acts of courage in speaking up can lead to significant positive changes. Our guest, Shatabdi Sharma, Vice President of Global Application Services at PVH Corp, shares her perspective as an individual and a leader. Tune in to this episode to discover: ✔️ How advocating for others in a small way can create ripple effects. ✔️ How small speaking up moments can lead to some of your proudest achievements. ✔️ The importance of trusting yourself even when others doubt you. ✔️ The concept of reverse mentorship, and how junior team members small contributions can be impactful. ✔️ How a simple act of public acknowledgement and praise can leave a lasting impact on others. ✔️ How to balance collaboration and firmness in leadership. ✔️Strategies to encourage your team to speak up. ✅ Request A Customized Workshop For Your Team And Company: http://assertiveway.com/workshops ✅ Follow Ivna Curi on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ivna-curi-mba-67083b2/ ✅ Other Episodes You'll Like How To Find Courage To Speak Up (4 Examples) How To Normalize Speaking Up: What Individuals And Organizations Can Do (With Helen Afford) How Boeing Created a Speaking Up Culture after Two Fatal Accidents 20 Reasons Why Successful Leaders Have Assertive Teams 4 Reasons Why It Is Important For Leaders To Speak Up How To Create The Habit Of Speaking Up 10 Conflict And Confrontation Myths Debunked 6 Conflict Myths: Lies Teachers Like To Tell About Confrontation Authority Anxiety: Why It Happens and How to Overcome It 3 Ways Confident Communicators Seek Clarity 5 Ways To Convince Yourself To Speak Up Even If You Are Fearful ✅ Free Resources Podcast episode lists by theme: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/speakyourmindunapologeticallytopics From Rambling To Articulate PDF Guide: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/articulate Women in Tech Leaders Podcast Interviews: https://assertiveway.com/womenintechpodcastguests/ Podcast Summaries & More Email Newsletter: https://assertiveway.com/newsletter Our Linkedin Blog Articles: https://www.linkedin.com/newsletters/6863880009879306240/ TEDx Talk How To Speak Up Safely When It's Psychologically Unsafe: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/safespeak 10 Day free Assertive And Liked Challenge: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/beassertiveandliked Assertiveness free training: https://assertiveway.aweb.page/getahead Other Free resources: https://assertiveway.com/free/ Podcast page: https://assertiveway.com/podcast-speak-your-mind-unapologetically/ ✅ Work With Us Workshops: http://assertiveway.com/workshops Services: https://assertiveway.com/offerings Contact me: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Contact me on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ivna-curi-mba-67083b2 Website: https://assertiveway.com ✅ Support The Podcast Rate the podcast on apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/speak-your-mind-unapologetically-podcast/id1623647915 Ask me your question for the next episode: https://www.speakpipe.com/speakyourmindquestion ✅ Podcast Topic Compilations 8 Real Life Examples On How To Deal With Difficult Coworkers (Compilation): https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/8-examples-on-how-to-deal-with-difficult-coworkers Mastering Mentor & Sponsor Connections: Insider Advice from 5 Trailblazing Professionals (Compilation): https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/mastering-mentor-sponsor-connections-insider-advice-from-5-trailblazing-professionals How To Find Courage To Speak Up (Compilation): https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/how-to-find-courage-to-speak-up-4-examples 4 Examples On How To Get The Promotion You Want (Compilation): https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/4-examples-on-how-to-get-the-promotion-you-want 4 Tips On How To Successfully Share Your Ideas At Work (Compilation): https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/4-tips-on-how-to-successfully-share-your-ideas-at-work-compilation How To Cope With Stress At Work (Compilation): https://speakyourmindnow.libsyn.com/how-to-cope-with-stress-at-work-compilation
It's Hump Day! Sam and Emma speak with Andy Kroll, reporter at ProPublica, to discuss his recent reporting on Leonard Leo and the new Supreme Court judicial ethics code. Then, they're joined by actor Shaan Sharma, member of the SAG-AFTRA negotiating committee, to discuss the tentative agreement reached between the union and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers (AMPTP). First, Sam and Emma run through updates on Israel's raid of Al-Shifa hospital, the pro- and anti-war movements regarding Israel, a government shutdown, the UAW's contract, Starbucks' labor action, New York politics, and Paul Pelosi's attacker, also checking in on the large pro-war rally in D.C. that played host to Van Jones, myriad US Congresspeople, and noted antisemitic Pastor John Hagee. Andy Kroll then joins, first running through some quick background on Leonard Leo, and how he came to completely reshape the Federalist Society into perhaps the most influential legal institution in US politics. Kroll begins with the 1992 Conservative Supreme Court affirming Roe v. Wade in Planned Parenthood v. Casey, which ignited an organized spark in the Republican party and saw the founding of the Federalist Society some nine years later, serving to funnel conservative lawyers into judgeships, state offices, and the Supreme Court – provided they completely adhere to the society's strict blueprint for jurisprudence. After parsing through the central strategies of the Society (centered around networking), and how the Democrats were completely blindsided by the Society's rise to judicial dominance in the 21st Century, Kroll, Sam, and Emma dive into Leonard Leo's role as Supreme Court Den Mother, doting on the conservative justices to keep them happy and in line with the Society, as has come to light recently. Wrapping up, they look to the weak response from the Senate Judicial Committee to the myriad SCOTUS corruption charges, and whether the Court's new ethics code will completely sweep this story under the rug. Shaan Sharma then walks Sam and Emma through the structure of SAG-AFTRA's national board, and his role in the organization, before touching on the central elements of the negotiation – namely bringing wages into line with cost-of-living, getting actors residuals from streaming, and appropriate AI protections. Next, Sharma explores where he felt the contract proposal falls short, including health care, self-tape and audition protections, and wage growth, before he, Sam, and Emma wrap up the interview with an assessment of the AI policy, the SAG-AFTRA leadership, and the pressures that brought the end of the strike. And in the Fun Half: Sam and Emma discuss Peter Beinart and Michael A. Cohen's conversation on the 9/11 comparison with Israel's assault on Gaza, watch the families of Israeli hostages march from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in protest of Netanyahu's war in Gaza, and parse through the ongoing Daily Wire cat fight between Ben Shapiro and Candace Owens. Wrapping up, the MR Crew parses through the continuing drama surrounding Kevin McCarthy, as audio is released of his harrowing assault on Tim Burchett and Newsmax nearly leaks allegations against him from Nancy Mace, plus, your IMs! 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With the explosive growth of generative AI, data is not just oil, it is the new art. Data scientists are the new artists. We have one such awesome artist with us today. We are going to explore how to get into data science, how to grow in it, and everything in between.What you'll listen (00:00) - Introduction (00:50) - How did Tamanna get into data science field? (01:58) - Sources that helped Tamanna (03:23) - How to gain practical knowledge in data science? (05:45) - Availability of datasets (06:33) - Importance of Maths & Statistics (09:30) - Python or R? (10:22) - Typical work-week in data science (13:15) - Importance of business skills (16:12) - How to get started in data science? (21:11) - Myths about data science (23:59) - Kindest thing anyone has done (24:15) - Best leadership quality (24:44) - Living a good life Connect with me Twitter: https://twitter.com/jjude LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jjude/ Website: https://jjude.com/ Newsletter: https://jjude.com/subscribe Youtube: https://youtube.com/gravitaswins Email: email@example.com Executive Coaching Program: https://gravitaswins.com Connect with Tamanna SharmaLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tamanna-sharma-4bbb66a1/ Your feedback countsThank you for listening. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please leave a short review on Apple podcast or on YouTube? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in finding this podcast. And it boosts my spirits.
Thanks to Hannah, who suggested sheep as this week's topic! We'll also learn about a few other hoofed animals, including the weird giraffe relative, sivatherium. Further reading: The American Jacob Sheep Breeders' Association What happened with that Sumerian 'sivathere' figurine after Colbert's paper of 1936? Well, a lot. A Jacob sheep ewe with four horns (pic from JSBA site linked above): The male four-horned antelope [photo by K. Sharma at this site]: A modern reconstruction of sivatherium that looks a lot like a giraffe [By Hiuppo - Own work, CC BY 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=2872962]: The rein ring in question (on the left) that might be a siveratherium but might just be a deer: Show transcript: Welcome to Strange Animals Podcast. I'm your host, Kate Shaw. This week we're going to look at an animal suggested by Hannah a long time ago. Hannah suggested we talk about sheep, and I can't even tell you how many times I almost did this episode but decided to push it back just a little longer. Finally, though, we have the sheep episode we've all been waiting for! We're also going to learn about a strange animal called sivatherium and a mystery surrounding when it went extinct. The sheep has cloven hooves and is a ruminant related to goats and cattle. It mostly eats grass, and it chews its cud to further break down the plants it eats. It's one of the oldest domesticated animals in the world, with some experts estimating that it was first domesticated over 13,000 years ago. Mammoths still roamed the earth then. Sheep are especially useful to humans because not only can you eat them, they produce wool. Wool has incredible insulating properties, as you'll know if you've ever worn a wool sweater in the snow. Even if it gets wet, you stay nice and warm. Even better, you don't have to kill the sheep to get the wool. The sheep just gets a haircut every year to cut its wool short. Wild sheep don't grow a lot of wool, though. They mostly have hair like goats. Humans didn't start selecting for domestic sheep that produced wool until around 8,000 years ago. Like other animals that were domesticated a very long time ago, including dogs and horses, we're not sure what the direct ancestor of the domestic sheep is. It seems to be most closely related to the mouflon, which is native to parts of the middle east. The mouflon is reddish-brown with darker and lighter markings and it looks a lot like a goat. Other species of wild sheep live in various parts of the world but aren't as closely related to the domestic sheep. The bighorn and Dall sheep of western North America are closely related to the snow sheep of eastern Asia and Siberia. The ancestors of all three species spread from eastern Asia into North America during the Pleistocene when sea levels were low and Asia and North America were connected by the land bridge Beringia. The male sheep is called a ram and grows horns that curl in a spiral pattern, while the female sheep is called a ewe. Some ewes have small horns, some don't. This is the case for both wild and domestic sheep. Sheep use their horns as defensive weapons, butting potential predators who get too close, and they also butt each other. Rams in particular fight each other to establish dominance, although ewes do too. But some breeds of domestic sheep are what is called polycerate, which means multi-horned. That means a sheep may have more than two horns, typically up to six. Many years ago I kept a few Jacob sheep, which are a polycerate breed, and in a Patreon episode from 2018 I went into really too much detail about this particular breed of sheep. I will cut that short here. The Jacob is a hardy, small sheep with tough hooves, and it's white with black spots. Ideally, a Jacob sheep will have four or six well-balanced horns. In a six-horned sheep, the upper pair branch upward, the middle pair curl like an ordinary ram's horns,
Did you know that women from different ethnic backgrounds experience perimenopause and menopause differently? Perimenopause and menopause are natural phases in a woman's life that often go unnoticed and unacknowledged. These transitional periods can bring about significant physical and emotional changes, yet they are rarely discussed openly or supported adequately. As a result, many women feel isolated and ashamed, unsure of how to navigate this new chapter in their lives. In this episode, Amita Sharma, a passionate advocate for women's health, shed light on the shame and taboo surrounding perimenopause and menopause, discussing how these natural transitions are often stigmatized. Our conversation quickly transitions to a topic that is often overlooked: women's health, specifically perimenopause and menopause. We emphasize the need for increased attention to these experiences, particularly in light of cultural differences. Join us as we break down societal stigmas surrounding women's health, encourage support and understanding, and explore practical ways to improve the lives of women everywhere. Tune in for an eye-opening conversation that challenges norms and fosters positive change. "The light will come, have faith in yourself." - Amita Sharma Topics Covered: 01:33 - Importance of having faith and staying positive during rough times 04:55 - Taboo around discussing perimenopause and menopause 06:50 - Amita's personal experience and passion for women's health 08:37 - Lack of discussion and support for perimenopausal women in society 11:58 - Ways for women to improve sexual health 14:45 - Society's different perceptions of men and women's sexual health 17:38 - Ethnicity influences age and symptoms of menopause 23:50 - Symptoms of menopause 28:08 - Chronic conditions in menopausal women 29:25 - Hope and possibility for managing health during menopause 37:51 - Importance of establishing a daily routine for self-care 43:30 - Self-love and self-care for women 44:01 - Encouragement for women to believe in themselves 44:42 - Conclusion and gratitude for the conversation Key Takeaways: Holistic approach to support women during perimenopause and menopause Impact of hormonal changes on sexual health and relationships Symptoms of perimenopause: irregular periods, hot flashes, weight gain Impact of symptoms on work productivity Trauma and stress can affect gut and mental health Importance of daily routine, gratitude, positive attitude, letting go Benefits of breathing techniques for women's health The power of diaphragmatic breathing Connect with Amita Sharma: Website Email Instagram Facebook Connect with Sherry Shaban: Website Facebook Instagram Twitter TikTok LinkedIn YouTube Join me November 25 - December 2, 2023, for the most transformative week of your life at the breathtaking Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica, where you will experience the most liberating Exclusive Transformational Wellness Workshop and Retreat on the planet. To win a $500 Voucher, Subscribe & Leave a Review and email a screenshot of your review to firstname.lastname@example.org, so I know who you are! Keep it up, Athletes! Sherry
How much would you pay to smoke a joint with Chris Sharma? What about have Daniel Woods be your sommelier for the night?Tim and Josh start off by talking about Sean Bailey's viral post about his struggles making it as a Pro Climber.For the ‘Topic of the Day', Tim and Josh share tips and tricks on how to shift into Outdoor climbing mode after a long hot summer spent in the gym.SHOW NOTES:Sean Bailey's Instagram PostDave Graham's (The Wizard) new V16Music Mentioned:Slipknot Raining Again, by Betoko Sky, by Playboi CartiSupport us on Patreon: HEREVisit our podcast page: HERESign-up with one of our coaches: HEREFollow us on Instagram: HERE
Ça commence par un A, ça fini par TION et ce qui se trouve entre les deux pourrait bien te faire gagner des HEURES de travail par semaine. Shubham Sharma est créateur de contenu, formateur et spécialiste des outils que l'on appelle No code. Et plus précisément, Shubham est un des leaders français quand on parle d'automatisation. L'automatisation, c'est la promesse de te faire gagner des heures par semaines. Et d'alléger considérablement ta charge mentale. Et en tant que coach organisation et structuration business, je me devais d'aborder ce sujet qui peut tout changer pour ton activité. C'est pourquoi j'ai invité Shubham Sharma a échanger sur le sujet dans Bye Bye Procrastination. Avec Shubham, on a parlé :
In this episode of the podcast, I have a wonderful conversation with Ravi Sharma about his diverse and winding career journey in pharmacy. Ravi starts the episode by sharing a story about how he struggled to find work after graduating to a pivotal moment when he met a Doctor at a conference who gave him the opportunity to work in a GP surgery for a month to scope out pharmacy roles. His incredible and inspiring journey unwinds from here as he steps outside of his comfort zone, masters the art of adapting to new environments, and demonstrating incredible leadership along the way. Highlights from the episode include: Learning how to conduct an analysis of GP surgeries, identifying problems and potential pharmacy solutions, and proposing to integrate pharmacist specific roles within GP practices Why Ravi was drawn to community pharmacy and seeing the impact pharmacists can have His experience going through hi pre-registration placement year and the challenges when the pharmacy chain he was working for went into liquidation Recruiting newly qualified pharmacists into GP surgeries and setting up pharmacy placements with University College London (UCL) His role as National Clinical Lead for Pharmacy at NHS England and advancing pharmacists in primary care Becoming Director for England at the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) in his late 20s and overcoming imposter syndrome Recently moving into a Head of Pharmacy hospital role and bringing his primary care insights The importance of believing in yourself and your skills/values when transitioning between roles Wherever you are in your pharmacy journey, there is something special for you in this episode. I hope you all enjoy it as much as I did! I also wanted to give a shoutout to my incredibly talented, generous, and all round AMAZING husband for his fabulous videography production and editing skills. Your skill is one of the main reasons why this podcast has been allowed to level up in 2023! Please let us know what you think of our video production! We'd love your feedback. PARTNERSHIPS: The Naked Pharmacy is offering my podcast listeners a 20% discount on all their products. Use discount code PD20 at checkout to receive the offer. SUPPORT THE PODCAST: As I continue to grow and evolve this podcast, I am committed to bringing you inspiring and empowering content. But in order to do that, I need your support. I've set up a Buy Me a Coffee donation page where you have the opportunity to donate a coffee (£5). You'll be helping us invest in the infrastructure, equipment, and team needed to take Pharmacist Diaries to the next level. With your help, we can continue to inspire and empower pharmacists around the world, and create a community that supports and uplifts one another. CONNECT WITH RAVI SHARMA: LinkedIn: Ravi Sharma Website: Ravi Sharma Twitter: @RSharmaPharma Instagram: @RSharmaPharma FILMED AND EDITED BY: Sunjay Vyas Follow me on My Website, YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn, and/or Twitter. Feel free to subscribe to the podcast on your favourite podcast platform so you can be notified when a new episode is released or leave a review on apple podcasts. If you have any suggestions for guests you want me to talk to or if you'd like to come on yourself, please feel free to contact me via social media, or email at email@example.com.
Shreyas Iyer and Lokesh Rahul scored attacking hundreds to help India make it nine wins in nine games with a 160-run victory over the Netherlands in the final group-stage match at the Cricket World Cup today. Iyer hit his first World Cup century, scoring 128 not out off 94 balls, while Rahul smashed the fastest Indian hundred at a World Cup, as India piled on the runs at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium. The pair put on 208 runs off 21 overs for the fourth wicket. Rahul scored 100 off 62 balls, beating Rohit Sharma's 63-ball record against Afghanistan in Delhi earlier in this tournament. In all, the two-time champions had five batters scoring 50-plus in their innings, and finished at 410-4, the fifth highest World Cup total. Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gil put on 100 for the first wicket. Virat Kohli was out for 51 but will likely remember this match for claiming his first ODI wicket in almost a decade. Jasprit Bumrah (2-33) and Mohammed Siraj (2-29) shared four wickets as the Dutch were dismissed for 250 in 47.5 overs. India advanced to the semifinals with a perfect 18 points from nine wins. They will play fourth-place New Zealand in the first semifinal at Mumbai on Wednesday. Second-place South Africa will play third-place Australia in the second semifinal at Kolkata the following day. The Netherlands finished 10th in the standings, despite their two upset wins against South Africa and Bangladesh. India made a fast start after Sharma won the toss. Sharma made 61 off 54 balls, including eight fours and two sixes. Gill scored 51 off 32 balls, hitting three fours and four sixes. Gill was first out, holing to square leg off Paul van Meekeren. It brought Kohli to the crease with a loud cheer from the anticipating crowd. Kohli struggled to time the ball properly before finding his rhythm and hitting 51 off 56, including five fours and a six. He went atop the most runs' standings – 594 in nine matches, ahead of South Africa's Quinton de Kock (591 runs in nine matches). At the other end, Sharma was out caught at long on as India was down to 129-2 after a fast start. Iyer and Kohli then put on 71 off 66 for the third wicket. Just as Kohli had found his rhythm, Roelof van der Merwe stunned the partisan Indian crowd in the 29th over. He bowled the star batter, who was searching for a record 50th ODI hundred. The score read 200-3 at that time and the Iyer-Rahul stand wasn't then broken till the final over. Iyer scored his first 50 off 48 balls, and then accelerated to score the next 50 off 36 balls, hitting three fours and two sixes in this part. He scored another 28 off the last 10 balls faced. Rahul was even more impressive in his acceleration. He got to 50 off 40 balls, and then to 100 off another 22 balls – in all, he hit 11 fours and four sixes. India scored 126 runs for one wicket in the final 10 overs to finish with the tournament's second-highest total. It was also India's second-highest total in World Cups after 413-5 against Bermuda in 2007. In reply, Netherlands gave a good account but their batting lacked the firepower needed to seriously challenge India's score. Sybrand Engelbrecht scored 45 off 80, including four fours. He also finished as the Netherlands' top run-scorer in the tournament with 300 runs in eight games, including two half-centuries. Max O'Dowd (30) and Collin Ackermann (35) put on 61 runs for the second wicket, the highest partnership of the Dutch innings. Their biggest highlight was when Kohli came on to bowl and dismissed Scott Edwards for 17, caught behind down leg side. It was Kohli's first ODI wicket since January 2014. Sharma wasn't too far behind, also picking up a wicket. Teja Nidamanuru holed out to long on after scoring 54 off 39 balls, including six sixes. Mohammed Shami went wicketless in his six overs, after picking up 16 wickets in the previous four games. Spinners Kuldeep Yadav (2-41) and Ravindra Jadeja (2-49) made their presence felt.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week's episode is about the UPI Struggle Story, India vs The World and brain drain challenge for India as we welcome Sharad Sharma, founder of iSPIRT, to the Neon Show!How Has India Grown As A Country In Last 30-40 Years?Will INDIA Be Next THAILAND vs Next KOREA?Why Are Startups So Successful In China?All these gripping questions and more in this MASTERFUL conversation. A deep dive into why India as a country is on the cusp of world dominance & iSPIRT's role to play in accelerating this process… Tune in NOW!Sponsor Shout OutLooking to build a differentiated tech startup with a 10X better solution? Prime is the high conviction, high support investor you need. With its fourth fund of $120M, Prime actively works with star teams to accelerate building great companies.To know more, visit https://primevp.in/!
Dr. Akanksha Sharma is a neuro-oncologist and palliative medicine specialist at the Pacific Brain Tumor Center at Pacific Neuroscience Institute in Santa Monica, CA. To provide extra resources to brain cancer patients suffering from brain tumors such as glioblastoma and their caregivers. Dr. Akanksha Sharma is a neuro-oncologist and palliative medicine specialist at the Pacific Brain Tumor Center at Pacific Neuroscience Institute in Santa Monica, CA. To provide extra resources to brain cancer patients suffering from brain tumors such as glioblastoma and their cargivers, Dr. Sharma opened a Supportive Care Clinic in 2020. The clinic offers services to deal with symptoms, quality of life, caregiver burden and distress, and help alleviate suffering. PacificBrainTumor.org | 310-829-8265
Produced by Foundersuite (www.foundersuite.com), "How I Raised It" goes behind the scenes with startup founders and investors who have raised capital. This episode is with Anshu Sharma of Skyflow, a startup that makes a data privacy vault delivered as an API. Anshu has raised over $70m for SkyFlow, but he's also angel invested in over 70 startups so we talk about targeting the right investors, testing your thesis, asking for advice and more. Skyflow's most recent round was a $45M Series B financing round. led by New York-based global private equity and venture capital firm Insight Partners. Other investors include Mouro Capital, Mitsui's MS&AD Ventures, Canvas Ventures, Foundation Capital, and leading fintech angels such as Coinbase Board Member Gokul Rajaram How I Raised It is produced by Foundersuite, makers of software to raise capital and manage investor relations. Foundersuite's customers have raised over $10 Billion since 2016. Create a free account at www.foundersuite.com.
The 2023 Annual Not A Diving Podcast Pledge Drive is here!For the next two weeks support the show and receive special benefits...Option 1 - Patreon Musicality Tier (£8.50 per month)Pledge Drive Bonus = the 2024 Musicality t-shirt! Free of charge, postage and packing covered Option 2 - Patreon Solidarity Tier (£3.50 per month)Pledge Drive Bonus = a 50% off voucher to use on a basket containing any items at the Hotflush Bandcamp StoreOption 3 - a one-off donation of £8.50 or USD$10.00Pledge Drive Bonus = a 25% off voucher to use on a basket containing any items at the Hotflush Bandcamp StoreThanking you in advance for your support! This week on the show we enter the world of modular synths. Think a Eurorack rig is going to kill your productivity and mean you'll never finish another tune? Well, think again. Praveen Sharma is one half (with Machinedrum) of mega Hotflush duo Sepalcure, and also makes music as Braille on Hotflush, Rush Hour, Friends Of Friends, and other labels too. He also works a regular shift at the most valuable company in the world. We discuss modular of course, but also more general issues including social media as music distribution, and music in New York, as well as his evolving approach to making music over the years. This was a great conversation, and it was very nice to have an interlocutor after two weeks of solo pods. You're gonna enjoy it! Join us in the Hotflush Discord Server.Listen to all (most of) the music discussed on the show via the Not A Diving Podcast Spotify playlistFollow Scuba: twitter instagram bandcamp spotify apple music beatport
Industrial Talk is onsite at Hexagon LIVE and talking to Akshat Sharma, Monitoring and Controls Manager at ITT, Inc. about sensor technology providing asset condition insights. Here are some quick points: Industrial innovation and collaboration. 0:03 Scott MacKenzie interviews Akshot Sharma from ITT at Hexagon Live, discussing innovation and collaboration in the industrial industry. Akshot Sharma discusses industrial control wireless communications and IoT experience. Vibration monitoring and data analytics in industrial settings. 3:48 Akshot discusses how advancements in sensor technology can improve asset maintenance and reduce downtime. Akshot explains how J five software digitizes operator rounds, allowing for real-time vibration data collection and automation. Vibration technicians live in a world of information overload, similar to data analytics, where they must interpret and make sense of the vibration data they collect. Vibration monitoring and alert system for industrial equipment. 7:59 Akshot explains how the iAlert system provides valuable insights into machine vibration, including the ability to detect misalignment issues and predict potential faults. The iAlert system uses AI to analyze FFT data and detect faults in real-time, providing proactive notifications to prevent equipment failure. Akshot explains how the device can detect faults on a pump and motor by linking data from both sensors, providing real-time monitoring and proactive notifications. Akshot highlights the device's security features, including encrypted data transfer and storage, to protect customer networks and data. Industrial IoT solutions for predictive maintenance. 14:18 The company's device can detect faults in motors within 5 minutes of installation, and the analytics platform can recognize issues and faults immediately. The company is exploring the use of AI to enhance the fault detection system, particularly in recognizing baselines and feature characteristics for accurate fault detection. Scott MacKenzie interviews Speaker 3 about their company, iDASH alert, and their innovative solutions for the industry. MacKenzie and Akshot discuss the importance of reaching out to iDASH alert for more information and to learn more about their products. Also, get your exclusive free access to the Industrial Academy and a series on “Why You Need To Podcast” for Greater Success in 2023. All links designed for keeping you current in this rapidly changing Industrial Market. Learn! Grow! Enjoy! AKSHAT SHARMA'S CONTACT INFORMATION: Personal LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/akshat-sharma-3646309b/ Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/itt/ Company Website: https://www.itt.com/home THE...
Che Sharma came back to discuss toxic behaviors in experimentation culture and provide actionable advice on how to handle those situations, how to have rigor and integrity when designing and analyzing A/B tests. Che was the 4th data scientist at Airbnb, later he joined Webflow as an early employee. In 2021 he founded Eppo, a next-gen A/B experimentation platform designed for modern data and product teams to run more trustworthy and advanced experiments. We talked about A/B testing best practices, A/B testing for ML models, and Che's career journey. Reach out to Che: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chetanvsharma/
Sunflower oil wastewater can be a real challenge for water treaters. Explore innovative solutions to the complex problem of oil wastewater treatment in this insightful episode featuring Dr. Swati Sharma. Swati Sharma, Ph.D., a distinguished expert in the field from Water Engineering Inc. Dr. Swati Sharma's credentials are impressive. She holds an engineering degree in environmental and biotechnology with a minor in chemical engineering, specializing in wastewater treatment. Her expertise is backed by groundbreaking research, including her thesis titled "How to Estimate the Best Treatment Conditions for Sunflower Oil Wastewater Using Advanced Electrooxidation Process", which she graciously shares with our audience today. Gain insights into electrooxidation processes and valuable advice for aspiring water treatment researchers. Here are five key takeaways from this engaging conversation: The Journey of an Industry Expert: Dr. Swati Sharma shares her remarkable journey into the water treatment industry, highlighting her academic background and the motivating factors that led her to become a lifelong learner. It's a testament to the dedication and commitment of water professionals. Sunflower Oil Wastewater Treatment: Explore Dr. Sharma's groundbreaking research on treating sunflower oil wastewater. Understand the challenges faced by industries, what options are out there, and which process is best for your wastewater. Electrooxidation Processes Unveiled: Delve into the world of electrooxidation processes, including electrocoagulation, electrooxidation, and electrochemical peroxidation. Discover how each process can effectively treat different types of wastewater. Tips for Aspiring Researchers: Dr. Sharma offers valuable advice for aspiring researchers in the water treatment industry. Learn the importance of selecting specific problems to solve, reading existing research, embracing failures, and turning them into opportunities for growth. The episode delves into the heart of Dr. Sharma's groundbreaking research, focusing on the treatment of sunflower oil wastewater—an issue faced by countless industries. As you immerse yourself in this enriching conversation, you'll not only enhance your understanding of wastewater treatment but also gain inspiration from Dr. Sharma's expertise and unwavering commitment. Timestamps [01:00] - Upcoming Events for Water Treatment Professionals [06:45] - Periodic Water Table With James McDonald [09:00] - Introducing Swati Sharma Ph.D [15:15] - Exploring Dr. Swati Sharma's Thesis “How to Estimate the Best Treatment Conditions for Sunflower Oil Wastewater Using Advanced Electrooxidation Process” [41:00] - Trace Blackmore encourages you to write your own technical paper and present your findings at an upcoming conference Quotes “You need to use different chemicals for different kinds of waste removal.” - Dr. Swati Sharma “I found that each Wastewater was so different in its characteristics, that each of these three treatments behaved completely differently. Electrocoagulation (EC) was really good with the canola oil, whereas I found that Electrooxidation (EO) was a better process for sugar beets, which are really high in organic loading.” - Dr. Swati Sharma “Sometimes your hypothesis doesn't match your findings and it's hard. You dedicate so many hours of your life to your study and you are so passionate about this, and it's demotivating at times. But you have to learn what has failed and why it has failed. Find the reason behind your failure and it will lead to your success. That's what I believe in.” - Dr. Swati Sharma “Wastewater is like math, it's like a game. You have to understand it and enjoy doing it. It's a puzzle, you need to connect the dots to make a beautiful picture.” - Dr. Swati Sharma “It's not about the addition of chemicals, it's about understanding the characteristics of your wastewater. Ph, temperature, composition, where is it coming from and where is it going - all of these matters matter. Understanding how these work is important.” - Dr. Swati Sharma “Advice for all water professionals: Ask for help. We hesitate to ask for help, but we are one nation. It's not necessary for you to know everything. We are all together in this. Be there for everyone else and also seek help and guidance from everyone else. I'm so proud to be a part of this industry as a whole because, not only do I enjoy doing what I do, and I get to learn so much every single day. It's a new learning opportunity for me every single time. I just cannot be happy enough to be in this industry.” - Dr. Swati Sharma Connect with Dr. Swati Sharma Phone: 402.624.2286 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.h2oeng.com LinkedIn: in/swati-sharma-ph-d-91449518 company/water-engineering-inc Read or Download Dr. Swati Sharma's Press Release HERE Links Mentioned “How to Estimate the Best Treatment Conditions for Sunflower Oil Wastewater Using Advanced Electrooxidation Process” - Thesis by Dr. Swati Sharma Follow Dr. Swati Sharma on Google Scholar and be updated on her publications The Rising Tide Mastermind Books Mentioned Wastewater Engineering: Treatment and Resource Recovery by Inc. Metcalf & Eddy Standard Methods of Chemical Analysis Periodic Water Table With James McDonald How soluble is calcium phosphate? Is it more or less soluble than calcium carbonate? How could the degradation of other water treatment chemicals lead to formation of calcium phosphate in a system? How could the inclusion of phosphate-based chemistry in the incoming makeup water, such as city water, impact the formation of calcium phosphate, especially if you aren't checking for such chemistry? How do you clean calcium phosphate scales? What is the impact of pH and temperature on calcium phosphate scale formation? Can you predict the solubility of calcium phosphate? How do you prevent calcium phosphate scale? When would you actually WANT to produce calcium phosphate precipitation in a water system? 2023 Events for Water Professionals Check out our Scaling UP! H2O Events Calendar where we've listed every event Water Treaters should be aware of by clicking HERE or using the dropdown menu.
We're so happy to welcome Nisha Sharma onto Raging Romantics! Let's talk good books, bad bookish practices, book bans, and what we get out of romance, ❤️Questions/comments/concerns/excitement? Email us at Ragingromantics@nopl.orgFind Nisha on her website, or on social media under NishaYou can find Nisha on most social media under @nishawrites!Books we mention:Dating Dr. DilTastes Like ShakkarMy So-Called Bollywood LifeThe Karma MapInner Harbor by Nora RobertsLong Tall Texans by Diana PalmerFourth Wing by Rebecca YarrosPsy-Changeling series by Nalini SinghInheritance by Nora RobertsScholastic fiasco (NPR/Treisman, 2023)"Scholastic backtracks, saying it will stop separating diverse books for fairs in 2024" (Treisman, 2023)"Penguin Random House and 5 authors are suing a Florida school board over book bans" (Sullivan/Ulaby)
Rob and Triz sit down with renowned director, producer, author and actor Anupam Sharma to talk about his new film Brand Bollywood Downunder! The interview is filled with insights into the history of Bollywood and it's cultural impact on society. We're extremely grateful for Anupam sharing this documentary and experience with us! Brand Bollywood Downunder is available in cinemas now!Check us out on our socials:Twitter - @SmokeNMirrorsOzFacebook - @smokeandmirrorspodcastInstagram - smoke_mirrorspodcastTikTok - @smokeandmirrorspodcastTwitch - SmokeAndMirrorsPodcastDon't forget to leave a review and refer a friend!Join us Live on YouTube weekly:https://youtube.com/channel/UC217G9nQKVZaNwsPRU82_ywDon't forget to like and subscribe!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4672347/advertisement
Andrew, Adam, Rey return to mull over the continuation of the most exciting UPL season in recent times as well as dissecting Shakhtar's bouts with Barcelona thanks to the help of Spain based AFP sports journalist & co-host of Barcelona podcast Siempre Positivo - Rik Sharma. The guys talk: Shakhtar v Barcelona Van Leeuwen gone! Was the sacking justified? Why didn't Srna want to take job? Surprise at quick appointment in Marino Pusic Likeable personality but does he have the experience? What can we expect from him? Barcelona 2-1 Shakhtar debrief What to expect in the second leg - injury returns for Barca El Clasico Sudakov catching the eye but alas no Chyhrynskyi appearance (Siempre Positivo interview with him here @ 22:00) UPL / PFL Kryvbas and Polissya go H2H in the "New Wave Clasichne" How are they doing it? Dnipro-1 impressing under Maksymov The OG Clasichne Preview Pusic's first UPL game in charge! Dynamo - 3 games winless in the league Vanat – suspended for loss of his head again v Kolos Is a sacking coming soon for Dynamo? Are the bottom two nailed on to go down? National Teams North Macedonia / Malta wins Italy coming up Mudryk's goal v Malta and Arsenal show he's on the rise Yarmolyuk – DEBUT in the PL & another showing v Chelsea! The U21s beat England and Luxembourg Should Melgosa be part of the Rowan set-up at the Olympics? Rik talks us through Dovbyk and Tsyhankov's title chances Listen to the above and MUCH, MUCH MORE in our latest episode! ********************************************** ORDER the charity Glory Mag Ukraine special here ********************************************** Want to help the families of fallen ultras cope through the first difficult months without their husbands, partners, fathers, brothers and sons? More Info & ways to donate here: standsofheroes.com ************************************************ Please subscribe to Ukraine + Football on your favoured podcast provider and leave a review if you are able to! You can also RATE us on Apple Podcasts & NOW Spotify - please give us 5 stars if you are able to! We are also now on YOUTUBE - for vlogs and live streams please subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyiNMhP18iGwwov5FkcMY7Q Please email any questions, feedback or ideas to: email@example.com
Join me on The Lisa Ann Experience podcast as I delve into the captivating world of author Colby Sharma and his latest literary masterpiece, "The Underdog." In this exclusive episode, Colby Sharma opens up about his inspiration, the creative process, and the intricate narrative of his newest book “The Underdog” that has taken the literary world by storm. Get ready for a thought-provoking conversation that will uncover the hidden gems of "The Underdog" and leave you with a fresh perspective on the power of storytelling. Whether you're a seasoned bookworm or simply curious about the art of writing, this episode is a must-listen for anyone looking to be inspired by the resilience of underdogs and the magic of literature. Join us as we explore the pages of "The Underdog" with its brilliant creator, Colby Sharma, exclusively on The Lisa Ann Experience podcast.This is Colby Sharma's second book and I have read them both. He was a guest on the podcast after the release of his first book “The Curveball” and you can go back and hear more by searching for the episode. I was just as excited to have Colby back on the show as I was to answer listener questions for the Ask Lisa Ann mailbag to close out the episode. - Follow Colby: https://www.instagram.com/colbysharmaofficial - Follow Lisa Ann: http://beacons.ai/thereallisaann
#Bestof2021: 1/2: #HotelMars: The organics found on Jezero Crater lakebed. Sunanda Sharma, JPL. David Livingston, SpaceShow.com https://www.sciencealert.com/perseverance-has-discovered-organic-molecules-in-mars-jezero-crater 2023 Mars
#Bestof2021: 2/2: #HotelMars: The organics found on Jezero Crater lakebed. Sunanda Sharma, JPL. David Livingston, SpaceShow.com https://www.sciencealert.com/perseverance-has-discovered-organic-molecules-in-mars-jezero-crater 2015 Mars
Filmmaker Anupam Sharma talks about his new documentary Brand Bollywood Downunder in this in depth interview which touches on the cross-cultural relationship between India and Australia on screen, what makes a Bollywood film a Bollywood film, and about the Australian Indian Visual Co-Production treaty.Anupam is the director of cross-culture films like UNindian and The Run, and has worked on a line producer for major Bollywood films like Love Story 2050 and Prem Aggan, both of which feature in Brand Bollywood Downunder.To launch the film, Anupam is touring around Australia, with screenings in Adelaide, Perth, Sydney, the Gold Coast, and more. To find out where Brand Bollywood Downunder is screening, visit the Facebook page for the film here.The listen to other interviews, visit TheCurb.com.au. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Bar Talk (our recommendations):Jessica is watching Hell House, LLC (2015, dir Stephen Cognetti); drinking Blue Point Mother Pumpkin Ale.Damien is about to read Not Forever, But For Now by Chuck Palahniuk; drinking a Bloody Mary with Middlebar Mary mix and Reyka vodka.Ryan is reading Come Closer by Sara Gran; drinking a Ghoul's Blood cocktail (don't ask).If you liked this week's story, read the rest of Screams from the Dark: 29 Tales of Monsters and the Monstrous, edited by Ellen Datlow.Up next: Season Six! Tune in to hear which volume we're covering...Special thank you to Dr Blake Brandes for our Whiskey and the Weird music!Like, rate, and follow! Check us out on Instagram, X/Twitter, Facebook, and at whiskeyandtheweird.com
This episode is proudly brought to you by Vitally.io, the leading all-in-one customer success platform. Visit vitally.io/women today to schedule your demo and get your Airpods.In this insightful conversation, meet Shruti Sharma, Customer Success Advisor and Consultant. Shruti shares her journey to customer success, starting from her background as a product manager to becoming a sales engineer and ultimately pursuing a career in customer success. She discusses her passion for working directly with customers and the joy of making a direct impact on their growth. Whether you're a seasoned professional or just starting your career in customer success, this episode is packed with insights and practical advice on building your soft skills acumen - a crucial skill set anyone working with customers will ever need. So grab your favourite cup of coffee, get your trainers on and have a healthy walk with this conversation with Shruti Sharma on the Women in Customer Success Podcast.Fun facts about Shruti:
Neuro-oncologist and palliative care specialist, Dr. Akansksha Sharma, talks about radiation treatment for brain tumors. Radiation oncology includes techniques such as external beam radiation therapy (EBRT) and brachytherapy. External beam radiation therapy involves the use of a machine, such as a linear accelerator, to deliver radiation beams from outside the body to the tumor site. The treatment is carefully planned and delivered over a series of sessions, usually on a daily basis. Brachytherapy, on the other hand, involves the placement of a radiation source directly into or near the tumor, allowing for a higher dose of radiation to be delivered locally while minimizing exposure to surrounding healthy tissues.
If you enjoyed this episode, or are enjoying the Scalable REI show overall, show your support by buying the Scalable REI team a cup of coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/scalablereiAjay Sharma, a young real estate investor, has made a name for himself through his extraordinary success in closing high-margin land deals worth over seven figures. Making the audacious decision at the tender age of 23 to quit his job and dedicate himself entirely to land investing, Ajay's gamble has paid off handsomely. Today, he captains a small but proficient team specializing in flipping high-margin land, a venture that has allowed him to follow his true passion: coaching. As a mentor, Ajay is unwaveringly committed to helping others attain a sense of financial and temporal freedom. He believes in harnessing the power of land investing to achieve these goals. His entrepreneurial spirit, coupled with his dedication to sharing knowledge, positions Ajay as a significant force in the landscape of land investment.Best Way to Contact Ajay:@investingwithajay on Instagramajay@learn.landHelpful Links:learn.landBEST CRM THAT WE USE: Looking for the best all-in-one CRM to scale your real estate investing business? Use the link below to sign up today: https://www.gohighlevel.com/main-page?fp_ref=scalable-reiBEST PHONE SYSTEM THAT WE USE: Looking for an optimal online phone system that can forward to your cell phone, directly integrate to your CRM, and be leveraged for your remote virtual assistant team? If so, use this link to save $20 today when you open a new account: https://openph.one/referral/NpnZPxX COFFEE!!! If you feel this episode provided a ton of value, show your support by buying us a cup of coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/scalablereiLET'S DO SOME DEALS!!! Contact Mason to JV/partner on deals or passively invest by either emailing him at firstname.lastname@example.orgSchedule a call with Mason by using this link here: https://calendly.com/mason-klement/30minFollow Mason on Instagram to learn additional real estate investing tips and tricks: https://www.instagram.com/mason_klement_scalablerei/NOTE: This description might contain affiliate links, which may pay our podcast a commission at absolutely zero cost to you. Any commissions go toward the cost of producing each episode so we really appreciate your support. In addition, depending on the vendor, you actually might even save money by using these links that you wouldn't have access to if you went directly to the vendor's website.
#8 - Can I Actually Have My Ball Back? It's episode 8 of CIHMBB and Richard's journey has taken him to meet his oncologist, Dr Arnand Sharma for the first time, who seems excited to meet the star of Taskmaster. For the podcast Richard gets to interview Dr Sharma to get his side of the story and find out where the excised ball is and the truth about whether Dr Sharma really knew who Richard was.Plus the Tom-biased ball-bag mail bag which covers epididymitis and how having testicular cancer can affect your subsequent outlook on life (in varying ways)The book of Can I Have My Ball Back? Is out in paperback this week (the perfect Christmas gift for the testicle owner or user in your family). Get it from any of these fine outlets. https://geni.us/CanIHaveMyBallBackPBPlus more of your emails from the CIHMBB ball bag mail bag. Email us at email@example.comFind out how to examine the testicles of yourself or a consenting friend here https://uk.movember.com/men-s-health/testicular-cancer Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/rhlstp. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Arden is joined by the two fellas in her life- her brother Alarik and her boyfriend Dr. Shamwham Shamawa! Chair Rose Ceremonies! Kardashian Feuds! Munjis!!! - Arden didn't know that a FLASH MOB could make her cry! - Dr. Shamawa is think Gerry should let the DAWGGGS OUT! - Alarik is HERE for Theresa and Gerry to the bitter end! All that plus........TWEET OF THE WEEK!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.